Iirc it comes aroubd 75% charged. I wouldn't argue with the manual. While Li ion batteries have for the most part done away with " memory". It's still advisable to follow best practices.
A number of problems with it
I flattened down the cyanogen before getting rid of the black halo
Part1 misaligns with part 2
for some reason the bootanimation i pulled from my nook seems to be lower than the quality it should be. No idea on that...
If you plan on flashing ROMs in to the future, titanium backup will be the best few bucks you will have ever spent.
I would check out the nookbuntu thread on how to put it on your nook. I suppose you will be able to put music manager on there by getting the .deb However i havent had much luck in the past getting ubuntu on the nook working, and im not sure if yo...
I would have hoped that the OP has managed to get his phone working after a year and a half.
Have you tried using the desktop android market to push a launcher to your phone?