I have the same issue with Aldiko.When I updated to the 7.1 last night, when I rebooted, Aldiko which had a shortcut on the home screen just showed a Generic Android Icon and would not launch and when I tried to reinstall last night, it said App was already installed and did I want to replace and it would not install, I did a full wipe and reinstall of 7.1 and now it just gives the above error on install.
Same here. Spare Parts still shows the Nook as running 100% of the time. I checked /sys/power/wake_lock and there isn't the "1" value hack that was there on previous kernels, so something else is preventing it from sleeping.
Not sure what's going on, On a clean wipe and install of CM7.1 I get the following when I try to install Aldiko
Couldn't install on USB storage or SD card.
Unless I am missing something in settings, I never install apps to SD, there is more than enough internal memory for apps.
Some eye catching changes in CM7 as of late,
Not entirely sure if these changes are what I think they are... hardware acceleration in Gingerbread?
And an update to the Nook kernel, from Dalingrins twitter it seems it may only be one change having to do with USB support...
Beta testers come free, I'm using Firefox 8.0 alpha1 as my primary browser just to illustrate and have participated in beta testing Windows Vista and Windows 7; As far as employing developers, the "upline" Cyanogen Mod team is made up of around 10 members plus about 5 maintainers for the Nook. I'd imagine that about 5-6 full time employed developers could handle that workload(someone correct me if I'm wrong) at about $90,000 a year per developer, that's about half a million a year for a team. B&N 2010 revenue was 6.92 billion dollars just for example, I think they can afford a few full time developers, not to mention the much bigger companies like Samsung and Motorola.
Even with that said, Google does a good deal of the work, it seems companies must spend more time stripping out the features Google includes in AOSP than implementing useful features...
Maybe I'm missing something, but it seems to me that these companies could be doing a much better job with their Android ports, considering what some hobbyist and skilled developers produce in their free time...
COMPUTER> adb shell # mkdir /data/bootmountpoint # mkdir /data/systemmountpoint # mount /dev/block/mmcblk0p1 /data/bootmountpoint # mount /dev/block/mmcblk0p5 /data/systemmountpoint # exit COMPUTER> adb push mlo /data/bootmountpoint/ COMPUTER> adb push u-boot.bin /data/bootmountpoint/ COMPUTER> adb push uImage /data/bootmountpoint/ COMPUTER> adb push uRamdisk /data/bootmountoint/ COMPUTER> adb push my/path/to/sdcard/system /data/systemmountpoint/