Thread: Tablet N2ACard on Nook HD+
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Old 01-25-2013, 12:20 PM   #1
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Join Date: Mar 2008
Location: California
Device: Galaxy Player 4.2; Nexus 3 (wifi only); Nook HD+ (possibly)
Lightbulb N2ACard on Nook HD+

Has anyone used the N2ACard on a Nook HD + (the 9 inch tablet)?

According to their website it enables you to boot from an SD card into Android Jelly Bean.

Has anyone tried it? Is it stable? What is the speed like? I have some concerns that running an OS from a Class 4 microSD card might be slow. Does it lose any functionality?

I originally bought the software download from N2ACards to make my own microSD - failed miserably. Probably a concern with my PC. But they refunded me. So I purchased the pre-made SD card from them with the software already loaded. It is in the mail. They offer a 30 day return. In the interim I had returned the Nook to B&N, so I will need to purchase it again. I am hoping that the store will let me install the microSD card into the shop model. But I value your input.

Thanks,

Richard.
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