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[Nook HD+] CM10.1/SGT7 SD/Hybrid Development (ROM updated 12/31)

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CM10.1 ROM with additional SGT7 Framework and Launcher enhancements for Nook HD+.

Similar development for Nook HD can also be downloaded in these threads: Pure SD and Hybrid SD/EMMC.

Features:
  • cyanoboot menu
  • Pure SD (4 Partitions)
    • Install ROM purely in SD card (Speed very dependent on SD card performance)
    • Dual boot BN Stock and CM (Need to temporarily eject SD while Stock is booting to allow it to boot completely)
  • Hybrid SD/EMMC (3 Partitions)
    • ROM System stored in SD card while Data is shared with Stock in EMMC (Better performance than pure SD)
    • Dual boot BN Stock and CM seamlessly
Installation Instructions:
  1. Download the latest CM10.1 ROM below to your internal storage using the stock BN ROM.
    While at it, you may also want to download the latest gapps-jb-20130301 here.
  2. Depending on the type of installation decided, download one of the zip files below to your PC.
    • Pure SD - sdcard-cwm-ovation-sdv1.img.zip
    • Hybrid SD/EMMC - sdcard-cwm-ovation-hybridv3.zip *** updated 6/12 ***
      For existing hybrid installation, extract file from update.20130612.ramdisk-hybrid.hd+.zip and overwrite ramdisk.hybrid of the boot partition using your PC. Boot and your hybrid setup will now be running under the latest version.
      (This will format data in the EMMC stored by leapinlar's HD+ hybrid installation. Use Pure SD installation instead if preserving previous hybrid installation is so desired) Edited: Look here for instruction from leapinlar in preserving previous data.
  3. Extract the downloaded file in step 2 and write the resulting image into the SD card using any appropriate tool. (All data in the card will be destroyed)
  4. Turn the Nook HD+ off and insert the newly written card into its SD slot.
  5. When the device is turned on again, it should be able to boot from the SD card now. (For some SD cards not booting, look here)
  6. The cyanoboot screen will appear at the initial boot. (Do not interrupt during this process. The device will reboot once if installing the Hybrid)
  7. Wait until the CWM Recovery is displayed. (At this point in time, the SD card will be properly partitioned and formatted, ready for ROM flashing)
  8. Install the downloaded ROM in by selecting install zip from sdcard -> choose zip from internal sdcard -> file downloaded in step 1. Do the same with gapps (optional).
  9. Reboot the device and CM10.1 should start booting.
  10. Wait until the ROM is properly booted the first time. (It may take a while and blank/distorted screens may be encountered during this time)
  11. Enjoy your new CM10.1/SGT7.
Update Instructions:
  1. Download the latest CM10.1 ROM below to your internal storage using the stock BN ROM/CM10.1.
  2. Boot into CWM Recovery.
  3. Install the downloaded ROM by selecting install zip from sdcard -> choose zip from internal sdcard -> file downloaded in step 1. No need to reinstall gapps.
  4. Reboot.
Downloads: Updates are regularly merged from upstreams unless a local mod was done which is always accompanied by a changelog.
cm-10.1-20131230-UNOFFICIAL-ovation*** latest ***
  • Boot animation fixed
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cm-10.1-20130911-UNOFFICIAL-ovation

cm-10.1-20130903-UNOFFICIAL-ovation

cm-10.1-20130829-UNOFFICIAL-ovation

cm-10.1-20130828-UNOFFICIAL-ovation

cm-10.1-20130826-UNOFFICIAL-ovation

cm-10.1-20130812-UNOFFICIAL-ovation
  • Increased audio levels

cm-10.1-20130807-UNOFFICIAL-ovation
  • Added USB host mode to Quick Settings
cm-10.1-20130804-UNOFFICIAL-ovation
  • Integrated new "Nook Tweaks" heading under Settings. Currently only Forced USB Host option is available (No need for verygreen's switcher anymore). Checking 'Set on boot' will restore setting after a reboot.
  • USB storage now automatically mounted.
cm-10.1-20130801-UNOFFICIAL-ovation
  • Added kernel support for verygreen's Forced USBHost Switcher. (Please test).
cm-10.1-20130728-UNOFFICIAL-ovation

cm-10.1-20130723-UNOFFICIAL-ovation

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cm-10.1-20130702-UNOFFICIAL-ovation

cm-10.1-20130630-UNOFFICIAL-ovation

cm-10.1-20130628-UNOFFICIAL-ovation

cm-10.1-20130627-UNOFFICIAL-ovation
  • Initial port of Paranoid Android's HALO by sgt7. To enable: Settings->System->HALO->Activate HALO.
cm-10.1-20130625-UNOFFICIAL-ovation

cm-10.1-20130623-UNOFFICIAL-ovation

cm-10.1-20130617-UNOFFICIAL-ovation

cm-10.1-20130615-UNOFFICIAL-ovation
  • Fixed: Missing menu icon
  • Working: Wi-Fi Direct (Tested with my HD)
  • Tethering and hotspot
    • Working: Wi-Fi hotpsot
    • Not yet tested: USB Tethering
    • Not yet working: BT Tethering
  • Note for hybrid setup: Need to extract ramdisk.hybrid from update.20130616.ramdisk-hybrid.hd+.zip into the SD card boot partition.
cm-10.1-20130611-UNOFFICIAL-ovationcm-10.1-20130607-UNOFFICIAL-ovation
  • Fixed: Intermittent boot problem.
  • Note for hybrid setup: Need to extract ramdisk.hybrid from update-6-8.zip into the SD card boot partition.
cm-10.1-20130602-UNOFFICIAL-ovation
  • Fixed: WIFI slowing down the AP where it is connected.
cm-10.1-20130529-UNOFFICIAL-ovation

cm-10.1-20130528-UNOFFICIAL-ovation
Sources:
cyanoboot
Thanks to verygreen, fattire, leapinlar and sgt7 team for their works.
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Since bokbokan's new HD+ hybrid setup formats my Hybrid data on internal memory, you may want to boot to my Hybrid CWM first and make a backup to internal storage. Then after you use bokbokan's SD to setup and install the ROM and gapps, you should be able to use his CWM to do an advanced restore of data only from internal storage then you will have your apps back. And you probably do want to update to his image because he has made the cyanoboot menu work. And with his zips there is no reason to run my converter zip.

Thanks bokbokan.

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Originally Posted by leapinlar

Since bokbokan's new HD+ hybrid setup formats my Hybrid data on internal memory, you may want to boot to my Hybrid CWM first and make a backup to internal storage. Then after you use bokbokan's SD to setup and install the ROM and gapps, you should be able to use his CWM to do an advanced restore of data only from internal storage then you will have your apps back. And you probably do want to update to his image because he has made the cyanoboot menu work. And with his zips there is no reason to run my converter zip.

Thanks bokbokan.

Sent from my Nook HD+ running CM10.1 on emmc.

So is this the result of what you and verygreen were discussing in sd development thread or is that separate from this?

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So is this the result of what you and verygreen were discussing in sd development thread or is that separate from this?

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This is bokbokan's own development, independent of what verygreen has decided to do with his new SD scheme.

I am terminating my Hybrid development because verygreen's new scheme is not compatible with my Hybrid and bokbokan's Hybrid is superior to mine. His Cyanoboot menu works and his ROMs come ready for Hybrid with no need for conversion.

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Originally Posted by bokbokan

CM10.1 ROM with additional SGT7 Framework and Launcher enhancements for Nook HD+.

Similar development for Nook HD can also be downloaded in these threads. Pure SD and Hybrid SD/EMMC.

Features:

  • cyanoboot menu
  • Pure SD (4 Partitions)
    • Install ROM purely in SD card (Speed very dependent on SD card performance)
    • Dual boot BN Stock and CM (Need to temporarily eject SD while Stock is booting to allow it to boot properly)
  • Hybrid SD/EMMC (3 Partitions)
    • ROM System stored in SD card while Data is shared with Stock in EMMC (Better performance than pure SD)
    • Dual boot BN Stock and CM seamlessly



Thank you leapinlar!

bokbokan, I'm excited to try out your setup. Question, if I use the hybrid method (in order to achieve a more stable device on my c10 64gb sd card), how will the different storages be handled? If I download something or if I set something to "on device" in the google play apps (basically cache it long-term), will it store the information on the external card (64gb) or the emmc? Thanks for your help!
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Originally Posted by mikelav456

Thank you leapinlar!

bokbokan, I'm excited to try out your setup. Question, if I use the hybrid method (in order to achieve a more stable device on my c10 64gb sd card), how will the different storages be handled? If I download something or if I set something to "on device" in the google play apps (basically cache it long-term), will it store the information on the external card (64gb) or the emmc? Thanks for your help!

If you are asking whether downloads go to external SD vs internal like some of verygreen's newer ROMs do, I suspect they go to external SD.

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Ooooh!

Good job bok


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awesome.
Very cool guys. Thanks for the hard work.

I used to use LeapinLar's method before. So I assume this mod will enabled root apps and/or external sources apps to install without any added steps?
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