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[HD/HD+] Dummies Guide for Installing CM 10.1/10.2 (and now CM 11) (Updated 7-13-14)

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14th December 2013, 08:46 PM |#1001  
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Not mandatory, but highly recommended if you want it problem free.

OK, thanks. Because something causing infinite boot after downgrading and I don't want to do a full wipe.
 
 
14th December 2013, 09:56 PM |#1002  
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OK, thanks. Because something causing infinite boot after downgrading and I don't want to do a full wipe.

Did you wipe dalvik cache? You should.

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14th December 2013, 10:37 PM |#1003  
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Did you wipe dalvik cache? You should.

I wipe cache, then dalvik cache, then flash 10.1.3, then gapps 20130812. Reboot and infinite loading.
Thanks for your help, it seems I stuck on 10.2.
15th December 2013, 10:13 AM |#1004  
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Not mandatory, but highly recommended if you want it problem free.

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I didn't answer because I don't know what "modded cm-...zip" is. Where would you get it? Who modded it?

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ah ok... i meant there is an official cyanogenmod from download.cyanogenmod.org/?device=ovation and then there is the version which is in this guide, cm-10.1-2013####-UNOFFICIAL-ovation-emmc.zip.

whats the difference?
15th December 2013, 02:57 PM |#1005  
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I did something dumb yesterday. I downloaded a hummingbird file that didn't agree with my hybrid installation. Instead of installing on the sd card it installed on the Nook HD. So now I assume I have to get the Nook HD back to stock by hooking it to my PC .

What is the easiest way to get it back to stock. Well I have to call B&N to register it if I am successful?
15th December 2013, 10:14 PM |#1006  
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ah ok... i meant there is an official cyanogenmod from download.cyanogenmod.org/?device=ovation and then there is the version which is in this guide, cm-10.1-2013####-UNOFFICIAL-ovation-emmc.zip.

whats the difference?

Those builds were made before the CM10.1 became official starting in August. Since it became official they were not updated anymore. CM did the updates after that, ending when the stable version was released. So they are the same only stable is newer with more updates included. So if you want CM10.1 use the stable.

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I did something dumb yesterday. I downloaded a hummingbird file that didn't agree with my hybrid installation. Instead of installing on the sd card it installed on the Nook HD. So now I assume I have to get the Nook HD back to stock by hooking it to my PC .

What is the easiest way to get it back to stock. Well I have to call B&N to register it if I am successful?

No. Go to my HD/HD+ CWM thread linked in my signature and flash my plain stock zip in item 6. Then do a factory reset with CWM and re-boot. Then you can register again just like it was new. No need to call B&N.

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15th December 2013, 11:21 PM |#1007  
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ok, back to my question: when flashing CM10.1.3 on top of CM10.2? Full wipe is mandatory?

Any time you are flashing a different build (10.1/10.2), it's best to backup and a full wipe. You'd only be asking for trouble
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16th December 2013, 01:26 AM |#1008  
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Those builds were made before the CM10.1 became official starting in August. Since it became official they were not updated anymore. CM did the updates after that, ending when the stable version was released. So they are the same only stable is newer with more updates included. So if you want CM10.1 use the stable.

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No. Go to my HD/HD+ CWM thread linked in my signature and flash my plain stock zip in item 6. Then do a factory reset with CWM and re-boot. Then you can register again just like it was new. No need to call B&N.

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Thanks. It worked even without the factoy reset which made things easier. You are doing us a great service.
16th December 2013, 08:25 AM |#1009  
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First of all, what a difference Cyanogenmod makes to the Nook! My son has the stock firmware on his and it looks dull and sluggish, but he is nervous about updating it, this is fresh looking and smooth, I have noticed though that Google Earth has locked it up a few times, don't know if others have experienced this, but a reboot sorted it, also when I start the Nook up from sleep mode it takes about a minute or so to connect to the internet,although the wifi signal is there.
The version i have is 10.1.3 stable version.
16th December 2013, 10:59 AM |#1010  
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Guys, grab a piece of that awesome 10.2 already, it's been working well for me for over a month now and gives you a completely new feeling of smoothness.
There's no reason to torture yourself with an overly outdated version of Android.

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16th December 2013, 12:40 PM |#1011  
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Guys, grab a piece of that awesome 10.2 already, it's been working well for me for over a month now and gives you a completely new feeling of smoothness.
There's no reason to torture yourself with an overly outdated version of Android.

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Is this What most people are using now 10.2 if so is there any problems, does wifi work?

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