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Old 12-01-2012, 11:26 AM   #11
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Join Date: Jan 2012
Location: USA
Device: Nook ST, Tablet & HD+; Nexus 7
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Originally Posted by xendula View Post
^Sorry I am so needy, but how can I update to 1.1.2 if the official firmware BN will try to push is 1.2?
Try google for "nook_1_1_2_update.zip" (the size of the downloaded file should be 108,785,937 bytes, MD5 00b800229378a0b297960fc947c8690f).
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From your experience, how long may it take for the kinks of rooting from 1.2 will be ironed out? Does it usually take a few days/weeks/months?
I am guessing at least weeks if not months. To get a feel for the progress you can hang out at the XDA Forums for Nook Touch.
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And, can you switch back and forth between the regular Nook interface and the rooted one?
The two interfaces co-exist pretty nicely on my rooted 1.1.2. The hardware N button is used to wake up the Nook, and to bring up the stock interface (for some reason the BN Shop soft-button does not work very reliably on my NST); the rooted interface has its own set of soft-buttons on the side (which can be hidden away as needed) to call up its home screen, "turn off" the Nook, etc.

I don't know if the interface integration works the same way on a rooted 1.2.
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