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Old 11-26-2010, 06:52 PM   #1
chas0039
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Device: rooted Nooks, retired. JetBook Lite, Kindle 3
What happens if I "Reset to Factory Defaults" when I have a rooted nook?

I want to give one of my nooks to my son and I basically want to clear out all the page settings and get it back to default settings, but keep the softrooting, so I was wondering if this might do the trick or if I will brick it. The biggest problem is that nook remembers the last page number even if books are removed.

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