As of a couple weeks ago, Sam hadn't clobbered in a month or so. If he still hasn't, some of the prebuilts from quite a while ago are still in these builds. That can cost you some of the newer functions. Go to build.prop or tablet info and check build date. If it is still in march, the maybe try eyeballers builds. He clobbers daily.
Yes, but mass storage was finally implemented on 4/22. Download one of his after that and mass storage will work.
Enjoy. I know I didn't help out at all but it is a great ROM.
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Do you have the latest kernel installed? The option requires it. Since Sam does not always clobber his builds first you sometimes end up with old components (like the kernel) in his builds.
Look back a couple of posts where I asked bigbob23 about the kernel. You might try eyeballers build and see if that helps.
I would not call 272MB plenty of room. Are you saying you have more room than that and the graphic is wrong? What does your file manager say you have? If that is the right amount, that is very marginal. Try moving some of the apps you have installed to SD to internal and see if that helps.Ran into a problem yesterday, where I couldn't download a ROM update because android said I didn't have enough space on my SD card. As you can see from the picture below, the card has plenty of room, yet android reports the incorrect amount of available space.
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Filling it up is easy. I'm always having to look for things to delete. A good tool I use is Astro File Manager. It has a function under tools to show SD card usage. It shows you exactly what is taking the space.
Oooh, a real use for Astro. That's actually a nice display!
# du /mnt/sdcard | sort -n
Want to build ICS from raw source code yourself?
It may be a good learning activity, and will certainly make you more self-sufficient. Hundreds have built ICS for Nookcolor successfully, and understanding the process will make you an Android ninja-- PLUS you can try features and bug fixes as-yet-unaccepted-into-the-mainstream build.
Take a look at:
The ICS NookColor Build WalkThrough
I'm sorry, but the poster who comes into a ROM build post for the Nook Color in the Nook Color development section of XDA and says they have dumped it for a Fire because the Fire is faster (duh it has a dual core processor and was released a year later than the Color), is the troll.
Mods you can remove this whole string of off-topic posts started by the troll.