You first need to rename the uImage.img to uImage
Then you need adb on your computer and be connected on the same net (computer and nook).
After that, you can use these instructions.
I hope it will be helpful
I found a mt kernel for the glow from mali100 here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1679036
so i know the nst kernels can be patched for the glow: but I'm unclear whether this kernel, which I'd much rather use for the overclock, has been so patched.
Oh, and my vote is to keep the usb host support in a separate kernel due to battery drain.
I don't think it supports the glowlight, but you can just try it. The worst that could happen, is that the screen light doesn't work as long as this kernel is installed.
That's not a patched nst kernel, it's a glowlight kernel (based on the 1.1.5 nook software). Glowlight kernels work just fine on the old nst.
So what I'm trying to say is:
nst kernel on a glowlight -> works fine, just no support for the screenlight
glowlight kernel on a nst -> works perfect, no issues.
I second that, usb host is just not stable enough to be a default for everyone, particularly because a lot of people have no use for it.
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