TRIPLE-BOOT your nook color with Stock on EMMC and Dualboot CM7/CM9 on your SDcard!!
Update 5/4/12: Flashable zip update for Mirage CM7.2 / ICS CM9 OpenGL & Non-OpenGL. See second post for more info. __________________________________________________ ______________________________
Update 3/26/12: Flashable zip update for Mirage CM7.2 / ICS CM9 OpenGL & Non-OpenGL / MIUI GB & ICS. See second post for more info.
Update 3/6/12: Flashable zip update for Mirage CM7.2 / ICS CM9. See second post for more info.
Update 3/4/12: Seems we're still having some issues with the Mirage/ICS image being uploaded to the server. I've removed it from the techerrata server for the time being. Please download the file from the 4shared and Wupload links I posted at the bottom of this post. Sorry for all the trouble.
Update 3/2/12: New flashable zips for Mirage CM7.2 / ICS CM9 / MIUI 2.2.4. All downloads will now be hosted on the TeamWin Techerrata server. Links are now at the bottom of this post. For info on the updates, please see second post.
Update 2/19/12: New flashable zip for MIUI 2.2.3 and update for my DualbootSD CWM Recovery (nandroid capable!). See second post for download and instructions.
Update 2/17/12: New flashable zip update for ICS w/ Cornerstone by OnSkreen v2. See second post for download and instructions.
Update 2/2/12: New flashable zip updates for Mirage and ICS. See second post for download and instructions.
Update 1/27/12: Updated OP with working download links. Please let me know when a link goes down so I can reup. Big thanks to user "terra-starr" for hosting on his dropbox account.
Update 1/19/12: New flashable zip update built this morning. See second post for download and instructions.
Update 1/17/12: Gapps Calendar, Email and TTS Fix. See second post for download and instructions.
Well it's been a while since I've updated my DualbootSD thread. But since things are much bigger and better now with CM7 and CM9. Figured I'll prep a new IMG file that you can dualboot Mirage CM7 Kang and the latest greatest ICS CM9 off one SDcard. I did this because I do love ICS but still have the need to go back to CM7 for my own personal reasons, but figured I'd share it with everyone as well.
1-I've prepped the image file to be 3.7gb, so that no one will have issue's burning it to a 4gb SDcard or larger.
2-Both roms share the same SDcard partition. So on a 4gb card, the available space is limited to 1.4gb.
3-If you use an 8gb SDcard. To get use of the remaining storage on your SDcard. Just burn the image and then use EASUS Partition Manager to extend the SDcard partition. (Which is the 7th partition on the card)
4-Primary boot is Mirage CM7 Kang from his 01/13/2012 build (uImage/uRamdisk)
-V6 SuperCharger by zeppelinrox included (read below on how to install)
5-Secondary boot is ICS CM9 was built on 01/14/2012 with the following additions (uAltRam/uAltImg):
-Added telephony-permissions-fix by Samiam303 to allow phone specific apps to show in market
-Added bootanimation fix by Homer_S_XDA (make sure you thank him)
-Make sure you thank Samiam303 for posting the zips on his thread here
6-Gapps included but not baked into the rom, read below to find out how to install
7-This .img also includes a modded CWM Recovery that only works with .zips from this thread. Do not use it to flash with anything else besides .zips prepped by me for this thread!
Please follow below instructions completely before posting issues!
1-Download the .zip at the bottom of this post
2-Follow the same directions as you would burn a NookieFroyo SDcard from NookDevs.com here.
3-After you burn the card, plug the SDcard into your nook and power on. Leave it alone and it will boot to the primary boot which is Mirage CM7 Kang and connect to a wifi connection.
4-Power off nook or reboot and boot to secondary boot which is ICS CM9 by holding down the volup+voldown together during boot and it should boot up Alternate Boot which is (uAltImg/uAltRam)
5-Once booted to ICS CM9, again connect to a wifi and then power off.
6-Now power on nook again and this time hold down the (n) button to get to the boot menu and choose SD Boot --> uRecImg/uRecRam.
7-Choose to 'Install zip from SDcard --> Choose zip from SDcard --> Now choose, gapps-GB-20110828-signed-DualbootSD.zip. Once that's completed now choose, gapps-ICS-20111125-2-DualbootSD.zip
8-After you're done flashing both Gapps, now you're ready to boot into your roms and sign into market. I don't think I need to go any further explaining how to do so.
9-Optional, but if you want to supercharge your Mirage CM7 Kang with the V6 SuperCharger Script by zeppelinrox. All you have to do is boot the Mirage and start up Terminal Emulator and do the following:
- cd /sdcard
- sh V6*
- choose option 0 (fastest scroll)
- choose 9
- choose option 16 to reboot
10-Please be patient with your roms. Give it a minute or two on first boot. It also depends on what brand and class of SDcard you have. I've tested it on both a Sandisk 8gb Class 4, as well as a PNY 4gb Class 2. The roms ran much better on the Sandisk than it did on the PNY card. Read this thread by Blue6IX for more info on SDcard read/write speeds.
11-Oh for the ones that are gonna take this image and start selling it on Ebay as well as N2A, you guys suck!! But to each his own I guess.
12-And finally enjoy your DualbootSD roms!! Now you can triple-boot your nook!
Take it or leave it, just hope you enjoy it.
Thanks to all the devs for all their hard work in getting these great ROMs for our Nook Color.
Fattire and the CyanogenMod Team
Koush(for his CWM Recovery)
Mrg666 (for Mirage CM7 Kang)
Homer_S_XDA (for the bootanim fix)
zeppelinrox (for the V6 SuperCharger Script)
Hockeyfamily737 (for MIUI v2.2.4)
TeamWin (for graciously allowing me to my files with them)
If I'm forgetting someone, please let me know!
You can now find all my downloads on the TeamWin techeratta server. Thanks eyeballer & kevank! All roms are categorized into their own folders. All zips should be in sequential order by date. Their is also a miscellaneous folder which contains all other optional zips that you would like to flash.
If I've helped in some way, please say thanks in one way or another!