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SCRIPT: NookColor Auto Config

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13th December 2010, 08:25 AM   |  #1  
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This script is not compatible with NookColor software 1.01. I will probably not be updating it. All of my work on Gmail, the Market, GTalk, and this script has been rolled into GabrialDestruir's AutoNooter sdcard image. I recommend using AutoNooter as it provides everything my script does with one less step and fewer requirements (like Linux).

UPDATE 12/15/10 - Version 1.2
ADDITIONS
* Modified Droid X Multitouch Keyboard
* Working Google Talk

UPDATE 12/13/10 - Version 1.1
BUG FIXES
* YouTube would sometimes fail to install because the package manager was not running
* Device might reboot in the middle of the script leaving the process incomplete

I wrote a linux script that will automatically do the following:

* Enable APK installs directly on the device
* Enable Live Wallpapers
* Enable Multitouch for certain apps (Google Maps, etc)
* Download and extract the Google Apps (Market, Gmail, etc) to the proper place on your NC and set permissions
* Download and install Youtube
* Edit build.prop and packages.xml to enable Gmail and Market, and Talk
* Generate an AndroidId for the Market. The Android emulator is no longer required.
* Modify the fingerprint of your device to emulate a Verizon Droid Eris running Android 2.1. This will let you access protected apps in the Market that would be otherwise hidden. (SlingPlayer is one)

Requirements:
* Already nootered and have Superuser

This script is intended automate much of the process after the first two requirements are met. I recommend a complete wipe, followed by nooter and z4root and then my script last.

If you are using a version of the SDK older than r08 (Android 2.3) make sure to open the script in a text editor and follow the instructions at the top.

You will need to connect the NookColor via USB. Be sure to eject both the 4gb internal partition (/media) and the sdcard from your OS before running my script!

From a terminal, cd to your adb directory and run these commands:
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wget http://muffinworld.net/android/nookcolor/NookColor-Config
chmod +x NookColor-Config
sudo ./NookColor-Config

Press the Home button on your device. If you get the Google Setup Wizard, skip the sign in. Run the YouTube app and hit menu->My Channel. Log in with your Gmail account and press the Home button. Reboot device.

Gmail and the Android Market should work.
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13th December 2010, 08:35 AM   |  #2  
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Awesome. Thank you!

I'll try before restore mi NC...


Edit:

can anyone help with the terminal stuff?

What terminal application is recomended and what settings are neccesary to input those lines?

thanks!
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Awesome. Thank you!

I'll try before restore mi NC...


Edit:

can anyone help with the terminal stuff?

What terminal application is recomended and what settings are neccesary to input those lines?

thanks!

Are you running windows or linux? The commands listed here will likely only run under linux... and maybe cygwin?
13th December 2010, 01:06 PM   |  #4  
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I'm running windows...

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Need a linux partition set up then methinks :P

idk if Cygwin would work properly with adb, too much stuff to go wrong imo.
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13th December 2010, 01:36 PM   |  #6  
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I am assuming since it will think it is a Verizon Droid Eris then the NFL app will work also? This will be awesome since I watched part of the eagles game last night on the way home from my hockey game.
13th December 2010, 02:56 PM   |  #7  
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Awesome job...
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I'm going to work on a Windows version of this script.
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13th December 2010, 03:50 PM   |  #9  
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Need a linux partition set up then methinks :P

idk if Cygwin would work properly with adb, too much stuff to go wrong imo.

Adb push in cygwin may work if you use nt paths, but I have yet to try. It fails using posix paths for the source.

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I'm going to work on a Windows version of this script.

Ditto - I'm working on one sans su and root, just sideload (more secure imo)

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