Dumb question but I just want to make sure i got the device back to stock with no traces of being rooted. I did the power and n button 8 times thing and it seems to have loaded stock back on. But I want to verify that there is no root access and no traces of it being rooted so I can return it to B&N for a warranty replacement. I went to the play store and installe droot checker to make sure it doesnt have root and root checker said i dont have root access. I also noticed that I dont see a cyanoboot universal bootloader screen as it is powering up, which I am guessing is what I want. Is there anything else I am over looking or missing so that B&N has no clued that it has been rooted?