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Old 08-20-2011, 02:17 PM   #4
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Device: Rooted Nook, Galaxy S4, Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4
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Originally Posted by 6charlong View Post
I suspected it was something like that. Too bad; the n2a cards are a good solution for people like me who are afraid of bricking their Nooks. I'm really only looking for a way to get interactive fiction on my Nook STR. Someone on the forum told me about Twisty, a Z machine originally created to render Infocom games and is being used for the newer interactive fiction. Twisty runs on Android and eInk seems perfect for the genre although I don't know how it handles the on-screen keyboard.

I've started rambling. Thanks for the quick reply.
If you can follow instructions it s almost impossible to brick your device. i have the original Nook and rooted it as soon as soft root became available, that is a lot harder than using autonooter for the NST. I won't buy an Android device that can't be rooted.
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