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alexwick

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uhm... first off... hvant used the nook in several weeks (maybe month) since i could not find the charger....

and then I recharged... started without problems... but the playstore would not work.... so i though use a backup... same story...

So was there a recent update to GAPS, that the old version wont work anymore? I am on the newest version provided in THIS thread here....

Help appreciated! ! !
 

Hoibb

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Problem keeping Wi-FI "on"

Hi. I have the NC with the Triple-boot ROM off the SD card set up. It is version: Android 2.3.7 and Kernel version 2.6.32.9. Yes I know this is way old and I probably should take the time to update the ROM. Frankly, it's worked so well for me in most cases, I hate to destroy it. The one thing I do miss is not being able to run the Chrome browser. Anyway...

I want to find the setting that enables the Wi-Fi to stay on temporarily. Right now, after X minutes the NC blanks the screen and shortly thereafter the Wi-Fi shuts off...very annoying if I'm trying to stream content over my home network. I have to reawaken the NC and then restart the stream.

Would someone please point me to the setting that would enable Wi-Fi "on"? Is it the kind of setting I can then disengage after streaming so that the Wi-Fi reverts to it's standard set?

Hoibb
 

leapinlar

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Hi. I have the NC with the Triple-boot ROM off the SD card set up. It is version: Android 2.3.7 and Kernel version 2.6.32.9. Yes I know this is way old and I probably should take the time to update the ROM. Frankly, it's worked so well for me in most cases, I hate to destroy it. The one thing I do miss is not being able to run the Chrome browser. Anyway...

I want to find the setting that enables the Wi-Fi to stay on temporarily. Right now, after X minutes the NC blanks the screen and shortly thereafter the Wi-Fi shuts off...very annoying if I'm trying to stream content over my home network. I have to reawaken the NC and then restart the stream.

Would someone please point me to the setting that would enable Wi-Fi "on"? Is it the kind of setting I can then disengage after streaming so that the Wi-Fi reverts to it's standard set?

Hoibb
Go to wifi settings and push menu and choose advanced. It is there. Tell it to never turn off wifi in sleep. And yes, you can disengage any time you want.

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

Hoibb

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Go to wifi settings and push menu and choose advanced. It is there. Tell it to never turn off wifi in sleep. And yes, you can disengage any time you want.

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

Well, I'll be dipped! How long have I owned this thing and NEVER knew that Menu press was there.
Outstanding! Thank you very much.
I guess I should try to move along to CM10.

And, by the way, I took some time and actually did pull out some of your articles in your sig. Wish I'd done that long ago. I would recommend these especially for those (like me) who are trying to learn how to handle the NC. I couldn't get through them all in one evening. But, they're excellent.

Hoibb
 
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RASTAVIPER

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Recently my main tablet broke down, so I returned to NC till I decide which device to buy next.

I am happy to report that I managed to install successfully to the Primary Partition of Sd card the CM 10.2 Rom (Android 4.2.2) and it's working flawlessly!! :eek:

Never failed me this small tablet or this great community here.
 

Hoibb

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I am seriously considering moving to CM 10.1 from my really old triple boot ROM on my NC. I really like using Mirage CM7 - haven't delved much into using the ICS side. I would like to know if I do this upgrade:

  1. Will this upgrade to CM 10.1 permit me to install the latest Google Chrome web browser? Right now the Play Store says my system doesn't support it. Perhaps a better way to ask this is: Is the failure to install Chrome a hardware issue or a software issue? I'm guessing it's probably a software issue...
  2. Will this upgrade to CM 10.1 permit a "smoother" U-Tube experience? Right now, less than five per-cent (5%) of U-Tube vids successfully play. The majority of attempts yield "An error was encountered while playing this video. Tap here to retry." And, of course a tap to retry just results in the same notification. Strangely, if I navigate to U-Tube via the Browser, video's play very reliably with no errors encountered at all. But if I try to use the stock U-Tube app (which I've updated via the Play Store), it fails.

Anyway, I'm looking to see if an upgrade to the latest CM ROM is worth it from these standpoints. Any comments?

Thanks.

Hoibb
 

RASTAVIPER

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May 2, 2011
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I am seriously considering moving to CM 10.1 from my really old triple boot ROM on my NC. I really like using Mirage CM7 - haven't delved much into using the ICS side. I would like to know if I do this upgrade:

  1. Will this upgrade to CM 10.1 permit me to install the latest Google Chrome web browser? Right now the Play Store says my system doesn't support it. Perhaps a better way to ask this is: Is the failure to install Chrome a hardware issue or a software issue? I'm guessing it's probably a software issue...
  2. Will this upgrade to CM 10.1 permit a "smoother" U-Tube experience? Right now, less than five per-cent (5%) of U-Tube vids successfully play. The majority of attempts yield "An error was encountered while playing this video. Tap here to retry." And, of course a tap to retry just results in the same notification. Strangely, if I navigate to U-Tube via the Browser, video's play very reliably with no errors encountered at all. But if I try to use the stock U-Tube app (which I've updated via the Play Store), it fails.

Anyway, I'm looking to see if an upgrade to the latest CM ROM is worth it from these standpoints. Any comments?

Thanks.

Hoibb
Concerning Chrome, just checked that for U and its available at Play Store for my 10.2 installation. How will this perform, I have no idea, as I prefer Opera and Dolphin.

About U tube, I am sure that U have something wrong in your installation, as I can imagine that I had flawless U tube experience from my both Cm7.2 and Cm9 installations. Maybe U should check for other apk which is more suitable for our device.

In general, keep in your mind that Cm10.2 is quite heavy for our device. No comparison running JellyBean to one core NC with running it at a 4core Nexus 4. Most important issue is the low amount of free ram, that always stays around 80-100mb, which means U can't run many applications in background.
 

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    Hello NookPeeps!

    TRIPLE-BOOT your nook color with Stock on EMMC and Dualboot CM7/CM9 on your SDcard!!

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    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. :)

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    Update 3/6/12: Flashable zip update for Mirage CM7.2 / ICS CM9. See second post for more info. :)
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    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.
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    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. :D
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    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. :D
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    Update 2/17/12: New flashable zip update for ICS w/ Cornerstone by OnSkreen v2. See second post for download and instructions. :)
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    Update 2/2/12: New flashable zip updates for Mirage and ICS. See second post for download and instructions. :)
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    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. :)
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    Update 1/19/12: New flashable zip update built this morning. See second post for download and instructions. :)
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    Update 1/17/12: Gapps Calendar, Email and TTS Fix. See second post for download and instructions. :)
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    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!
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    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:
    - su
    - 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!! :mad: 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.

    Credits:
    Fattire and the CyanogenMod Team
    Koush(for his CWM Recovery)
    Samiam303
    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!

    Download:
    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. :)

    http://techerrata.com/browse/nook/racks


    If I've helped in some way, please say thanks in one way or another!:D

    Thanks,
    Racks
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    Update 5/4/12
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    Flashable zip for Mirage CM7.2 / ICS CM9 OpenGL & Non-OpenGL
    -Mirage CM7.2-RC1 latest build 4-16-2012. (Primary boot)
    -ICS CM9 non-OpenGL & OpenGL builds. 5-1-2012. (Secondary boot) Thanks again to eyeballer for letting me use his build for our dualbootSD. :)
    -Remember to flash gapps after flashing the roms.
    -Download the zip and place it on the SDcard partition of your DualbootSD rom
    -Everyone should know how to flash by this point. If not, you should continue reading.
    -After done flashing, reboot and you should be good to go!
    -FYI: I'll try to update with flashable zips when ever I have time. But for now.. I've written a tool that will convert any standard rom zips for my DualbootSD. Check out the "Convert2Dualboot-SD Tool" thread HERE for more info!! Good luck and happy flashing! :D

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    Update 3/26/12
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    Flashable zip for Mirage CM7.2 / ICS CM9 OpenGL & Non-OpenGL / MIUI GB & ICS
    -Mirage & MIUI flashable zips will flash to primary boot. Only ICS CM9 will flash to secondary.
    -Mirage CM7.2-RC1 latest build 3-23-2012. (Primary boot)
    -MIUI Gingerbread 2.3.9 & ICS Alpha v4 MIUI 2.3.9 (Primary boot)
    -ICS CM9 non-OpenGL & OpenGL builds. 3-25-2012. (Secondary boot) Thanks again to eyeballer for letting me use his build for our dualbootSD. :)
    -Remember to flash gapps after flashing the roms.
    -Download the zip and place it on the SDcard partition of your DualbootSD rom
    -Everyone should know how to flash by this point. If not, you should continue reading.
    -After done flashing, reboot and you should be good to go!
    -If after flashing a rom and it gets all wonky you might want to go ahead and try using an app like Titanium Backup and backup all your apps. Then boot into the CWM for DualbootSD that is included with the DualbootSD image and got to "mounts and storage" and choose to format either /system1 & /data1 for primary boot or /system2 & /data2 for secondary boot. And then flash the update zips that you have just downloaded and see if it makes any difference.

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    Update 3/6/12
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    Flashable zip for Mirage CM7.2 / ICS CM9
    -Mirage CM7.2 latest build 3-4-2012. It says 3-5-2012 because that's the date when it was prepped for dualbootSD. :)
    -ICS CM9 non-OpenGL build. 3-5-2012. OpenGL is broken at the moment. You'll find it much smoother with OpenGL disabled though. But no flash. :( Thanks again to eyeballer for letting me use his build for our dualbootSD. :)
    -Remember to flash gapps after flashing the roms.
    -Download the zip and place it on the SDcard partition of your DualbootSD rom
    -Everyone should know how to flash by this point. If not, you should continue reading.
    -After done flashing, reboot and you should be good to go!

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    Update 3/2/12
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    Flashable zip for Mirage CM7.2 / ICS CM9 / MIUI v2.2.24
    -First off I want to thank TeamWin, specifically Eyeballer & Kevank for setting me up with their server to host my files. Everything will be in much better order now! Thanks guys! :D
    -Mirage CM7.2 update 3-1-2012. More info here.
    -ICS CM9 OpenGL update 3-1-2012. My repo is full of changes uncommited at the moment. So eyeballer was nice enough for me to use his build. :D
    -MIUI v2.2.24. Thanks to hockeyfamily for allowing me to prep this for my dualbootSD. This will install in the primary boot. So it will replace your current Mirage build. It is also recommended that you perform a full wipe when going from one rom to the next. You can do so by booting into the CWM that is included with the dualbootSD and go to "mounts and storage" and choose to format "/system1" "/data1". Remember to also wipe cache.
    -For MIUI v2.2.24, after flashing. Make sure you download and flash "gapps-MIUI-v2.2.24-20111125-DualbootSD.zip"
    -Gapps ICS 2-24-2012 are borked for some reason. I will reupload when I figure out what's going on.
    -There's also a flashable zip for the new CM9 bootanimation in the miscellaneous folder if you want to flash that after flashing the rom. :)
    -Download the zip and place it on the SDcard partition of your DualbootSD rom
    -Everyone should know how to flash by this point. If not, you should continue reading.
    -After done flashing, reboot and you should be good to go!

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    Update 2/19/12
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    Flashable zip for MIUI 2.2.3
    1. MIUI 2.2.3 updated by 'hockeyfamily737'. This zip will replace your first boot rom on your DualbootSD. Which would be your CM7 rom. See more info here about MIUI 2.2.3.
    2. If after flashing you find it unstable and since this is a completely new rom, I would recommend when booting into the DualbootSD CWM Recovery, go to 'Mounts and Storage' and choose to format '/data1' before flashing. You might not have to, and although MIUI is based off CM7. I'm not sure how it will affect your system without doing so.
    3. Remember to flash the CM7 gapps that was included w/ your dualbootSD as well.

    DualbootSD CWM Recovery Update v2:
    1. You can now perform a full Nandroid backup of your DualbootSD, if you have the room to do so of course.
    2. Unfortunately, when doing a Nandroid backup, it will backup both roms. I haven't edited the code to give you the option of which rom to backup yet. Maybe sometime in the future.
    3. You can now choose which system you would like to wipe dalvik-cache for.
    4. Restore only the /system you choose to by performing an 'Advance Restore' in the CWM menu
    5. I will work on specific nandroid backups as well as fix permissions on next release.

    -Download the zip and place it on the SDcard partition of your DualbootSD rom
    -You should know how to flash by now. :p
    -After done flashing, reboot and you should be good to go!

    Download:
    Update-Encore_MIUI_2.2.3_DualbootSD_02192012.zip
    MD5: d47de4896f2df81832b1462616701a3c
    4shared

    CWM-DualbootSD_v2-Nandroid-Capable.zip
    MD5: 01b46e85f7b5e8f35b32a0f3a5070dc7
    4shared
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    Update 2/17/12
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    Flashable zip for CM9 ICS w/ Cornerstone by OnSkreen v2. :D
    -Baked in Cornerstone by OnSkreen! This is just a beta test. So if you want something stable, do not flash this! But if you want to test out what else would be possible for our Nook Color, go ahead and flash! :D
    -Got alot more to work out before it's fully functional, but it works! :)
    -Fixed phone UI layout. Now tablet UI layouts correctly. Thanks hacdan for the help. :)
    -Check this post for screenshots and bug reports.
    -Remember to flash the gapps as well.
    -Remember to flash the calendar, email, tts syncing fix.
    -Download the zip and place it on the SDcard partition of your DualbootSD rom
    -Follow same directions as below for flashing.
    -After done flashing, reboot and you should be good to go!

    Download:
    Update-Encore_CM9_DualbootSD_02132012_OnSkreen_v2.zip
    MD5: 35042448b8c3ff6a837ddf133562c2dd
    4shared
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    Update 2/2/12
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    Flashable zips for Mirage build "MiRaGe-02012012" and CM9 ICS which was built this morning for you flashaholics out there. :D
    -See MiRaGe thread for info on the latest update here.
    -For ICS, I went ahead and included the updated SGX drivers as per Fattire's post here. Remember this is experimental!!
    -For ICS don't forget after flashing gapps to flash the calendar, email, tts syncing fix from below as well.
    -Download the zip and place it on the SDcard partition of your DualbootSD rom
    -Follow same directions as below for flashing.
    -After done flashing, reboot and you should be good to go!

    Download:
    Update-Mirage_CM7_DualbootSD_02012012.zip
    MD5: 3800a7702cb540feb1153d20f471e9d3
    4shared | Dropbox
    Update-Encore_CM9_DualbootSD_02012012.zip
    MD5: bf49f76849740cb0f78883017cc430b0
    4shared | Dropbox
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    Update 1/19/12
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    Here's a flashable zip built this morning for you flashaholics out there. :D
    -This includes the fix for multi-touch to function properly by keyodi.
    -You might have to reflash gapps as well as the calendar, email, tts syncing fix from below.
    -Download the zip and place it on the SDcard partition of your DualbootSD rom
    -Boot to the Modded CWM Recovery that is included with the DualbootSD by choosing SD Boot --> uRecImg/uRecRam from the boot menu.
    -Choose 'Install zip from SDcard' --> Choose zip from sdcard --> Update-Encore_CM9_DualbootSD_01192012.zip
    -If you have the gapps*.zip and the calendar-email-tts-fix*.zip. Go ahead and flash it now.
    -After done flashing, reboot and you should be good to go!

    Download:
    Update-Encore_CM9_DualbootSD_01192012.zip
    MD5: 3f791ce4d8680e3334feb3bb5be014e7 (I had the incorrect md5 listed before. Thanks 'Michigeezer' for pointing it out to me! :D)
    Wupload | Fileserve | Dropbox
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    Update 1/17/12
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    I wasn't aware there was a fix for the Calendar and Email syncing issues until it was brought up to me by webdroidmt here. So I went ahead and prepped a flashable .zip for the fix.
    -Download the zip and place it on the SDcard partition of your DualbootSD rom
    -Boot to the Modded CWM Recovery that is included with the DualbootSD by choosing SD Boot --> uRecImg/uRecRam from the boot menu.
    -Choose 'Install zip from SDcard' --> Choose zip from sdcard --> gapps-ics-calendar-email-tts-fix-DualbootSD.zip
    -After done flashing, reboot and you should be good to go!

    Download:
    gapps-ics-calendar-email-tts-fix-DualbootSD.zip
    MD5: 68e57b1b716657d385e350dee3f3b147
    Wupload | Fileserve | Depositfiles | Dropbox | 4shared

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    Reserved! Finally I've reserved the second post on my own thread!! :D

    Well I don't plan on updating the roms often unless there are some major changes that calls for it. And I've made it simple for everyone to do so once that day comes. As I stated in the OP this .img comes with a modded CWM Recovery that is meant only for .zips that are prepped for this thread!

    So I will be prepping update.zips when the day calls for it. Till then please enjoy your DualbootSD roms! And please keep issues with the DualbootSD in this DualbootSD thread and not clog up the other threads. I'll try and post known issues as the days go by.

    Thanks again!

    -Racks
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    quick hints

    volup+voldown together during boot should get you to the altboot automatically without having to go through any menu. (Not that I don't love the menu!)

    Nook Color Tweaks should allow you to set a default boot configuration.
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    Hello all,

    Just FYI, old news I know, but I made front page of XDA. :D

    And now I have a v2 for the ICS CM9 with Cornerstone by OnSkreen baked in! So go ahead and flash this to play around with.

    -Fixed display of Phone UI, now correctly displays Tablet UI
    -Second CSPanel now displays TitleBar and App Drawer icon correctly
    -The App Drawer button in the CSPanels are tricky. You have to tap it correctly to read touch input. Maybe something we'll look at as well.
    -Wifi is real messed up, connects, but doesn't show that it's connected. Sometimes needs a reboot to connect to anything at all.
    -You can browse the web, sign into market. But can't download anything from market. Gives -101 error.
    -Working on trying to figure out the wifi issue. Something in framework that Cornerstone merged in is breaking the wifi:x
    -Again, this is test, beta, alpha!! Flash at your own peril!
    -Check second post of OP for download and instructions. :)
    -Lastly, enjoy multi-tasking on your Nook Color! :D

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    Thanks,
    Racks
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    Shumash ,
    you are in general a great helper for everybody and I really dont mind the criticism, although you could also point me the right direction to my questions.

    About Racks now..
    Running to thank a post like this seems at least ironic and a bit ridiculous. When at the same time the same person leaves its topic for long without any support, without even caring to answer for his problematic and full of bugs script(if it wasnt for Den, it would be still at version 1,2 with no real use).And when the target is one of the people that were trying every new update and cared to provide a feedback to fix this, I really think that this is not the right behavior to present.
    Cause its one thing to get bored with your project and dont want to care anymore with this and another matter to be there only to say nothing. :cool:

    As much as I do appreciate yours and everyone's feedback, I however don't always have time to respond or answer questions. I'll just list a few reasons:

    1-This is take it as it is kind of deal. You can either use or you don't if you don't feel its being supported.

    2-I have a 9-5 (sometimes 10) job, that keeps me pretty busy.

    3-I have 3 kids one being a newborn that keeps me up all hours of the night. And I do value my time with my kids. Even if it is at 3 o'clock in the morning.

    4-No one is paying me to do this. This is all pro-bono work that I try to contribute back to a wonderful community that has taught me so much.

    5-You'd be surprised at how much you will learn by trying to solve things for yourself. That's how I did most of this stuff. I didn't even know what Android was about a year ago. Let alone linux. And keep in mind I'm a Children's Wear Designer by trade. So this is just a "hobby" to me.

    There are many more reasons I can list, but really it does come down to time restraints with real life.

    Now to answer your question:

    1-There is an Updated Dualboot SD CWM that is listed in the OP and is also available on the Techerrata server. With the new Dualboot SD CWM, you will be able to do a Nandroid backup of both systems. Then you can choose to restore with system & data you want.

    2-Nook Tweaks works for me. I boot into my Alternate rom and choose to always boot Alternate. Not sure why it wasn't working for you.

    Thanks,
    Racks