Please note this software is still classed as experimental and you use this at your own risk. We have done some in house testing and all has worked fine but we cannot guarantee the exact same results for everyone. We accept no responsibility for any damage or loss of information with your Nook Tablet. You use this software at your own risk. By choosing to download and install this software on your device you accept that you are willing to risk your own device and that any damage and or total loss is your own responsibility.
FOR PROGRESS AND UPDATES CONTINUE TO READ THIS THREAD. FOR KNOWN BUGS AND ISSUES PLEASE SEE THIS THREAD
Below you will find Internal release of our Nook tablet CM7. This has been rebuilt from the most recent CM7 stable source. I'll update the 2nd posts with release information asap.
Please feel free to base your rom on ours, I believe it is now tested well enough and is sufficiently stable to use.
The Source for the CM7 android device folder, the kernel and meghd00ts Improved recovery can be found here Here
For information on what you can and can't do and reasons for this please visit HERE
INTERNAL VERSION 8GB & 16GB COMPATIBLE
Download HERE MD5 95043b08484aa218ccf93b5ef4785825
For the internal version you need have access to CWM either internally installed as your recovery or from an SD card. I'm not going to reinvent the wheel telling people how to do that. Just have a look through the development thread and you'll se numerous threads showing you how to do this.
This version has the ability to reboot to recovery added to the reboot option in the power menu. It does not however come with a recovery image, this was already released by lavero.burgos and can be downloaded from http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1640958
PLEASE BACK EVERYTHING UP BEFORE YOUR BEGIN!!!!
Once you have CWM on screen with the downloaded update zip archive on your sd card, Follow these simple steps
1. Goto install zip from sdcard
2. Choose zip from sdcard ( if CWM hasn't recognized your SD card you need to eject it and re insert it once or twice, sometimes you need to go to mounts and unmount SD, pop it out and back in then select mount sd)
3. choose the CM7-TEAM-B-BETA1-signed.zip
4. scroll down and select Yes - Install CM7-TEAM-B-BETA1-signed.zip
5. sit back for a couple of minutes while the installation is carried out
That’s CM7 installed, next you need to prepare the rest of the device
1. press your power button once
2. ***OPTIONAL*** scroll down and select wipe data / factory reset, this is optional but if you are coming from a different OS it is recommended, if you don't it can sometimes causes force closes and various other issues.
3. you're ready to roll! scroll up and select reboot system, initial boot can take a while and does pause for a short while on the black screen between flash page and CM7 Animation, enjoy CM7 For Nook Tablet!
if you were already running a version of CM7 it is possible you may be able to skip the wipe data bit and just select wipe cache instead but it's best if you can wipe data and know that you have a clean install without any bugs remaining from a previous install. By all means try just clear cache and see how you go, if you seems to have lots of bugs we recommend doing a clear data and trying again.
SD VERSION IMAGE ***UPDATE NOT YET AVAILABLE this is the Alpha final version***
I've done the SD version a little different this time, it's as a 4gb SD image (the last partition is used as SDcard in CM7 so you can resize this partition to fill up your whole card if your card is bigger than 4gb). The image can be burn using windows Image writer or dd command in linux / OSX
The window software is available HERE.
To write the image on linux / osx do the following
WITHOUT your sd in the machine go to a terminal window and type
Once you have the SD device id use following code exchanging sdc for your device id
dd if=/location/of/SDfile.img of=/dev/sdc
Power off the nook, insert the sd and then power it on to enjoy your new CM7. If it done'st boot try completely powering of and ten connect power cable and wait for it to turn on and hopefully boot form SD. The first boot WILL take a few minutes. Consecutive boots will be faster
We've been asked a number of times for a donation link so I set one up you can click HERE. Or if you prefer to donate directly to myself or Goncezila by clicking on the donate buttons under our names. We thank you in advance for your generosity
***** DISCLAIMER ******
Please note this software is still classed as experimental and you use this at your own risk. We have done some in house testing and all has worked fine but we cannot guarantee the exact same results for everyone. We accept no responsibility for any damage or loss on information with you Nook Tablet. You use this software at your own risk.
First boot can take a little while. once in you will be requested to enter your Google account details, because your wifi is not yet connected you will be better of skipping these steps, you will be asked again as soon as you try to open Google Market anyway.
Tap the menu button and select settings (not adwsettings) go to wifi and setup your wifi connection, if for some reason wifi networks do not show, just toggle wifi off and on and it will sort it's self out
Feedback thread HERE so please make sure you post any questions and / or feedback in there and keep this thread for development only. Thank you!
Thanks and mentions
All those that support the new release, I'm sure you all know who you are
Quid246 - for his skills in photoshop to make our new splash screen (Alpha release)
Bauwks - Without him we would not be here. He blew the top off the bootloader and his thanks bar is no where near what it should be. Also a thank you for him agreeing to allow us to change his box image on the bootloader when we asked. Please find some of his posts and hit Thanks!
Loglud - again for helping us out with our research
AdamOutler - His guide was used to help us with kernel issues and build our SDcard version
succulent for pointing out that although we had commented out a file in the build, it was was still possible it was effecting up our new build. Also thanks to succulent for creating a build script that automatically added the 2nd boot onto the boot.img during source build. Thank Succulent! You’re a star, it just wasn't happening when I tried to do it
The Cyanogen Mod team for the initial build of Cyanogen mod that we ported over
Generally every other member of XDA - For being so supportive and throwing out ideas and experience!