Originally Posted by kevinp
The world is trying to get rid of Flash and so is Android. So, good luck with that.
One thing to be aware of with a rooted Nook. I had registered my Nook to my home email account. When I installed Google Play, I had to enter my account info. So, I used my GMail account info from my phone. I assumed if I made a purchase in the Google Play store it would use the credentials I had to enter to start Google Play. Nope! It created a new Google account using my home email. The game I bought, I can't install on my phone now because it's a different account. And I can't move it to my GMail account either.
Hmm, I don't think it did that with mine. I registered my Nook with my home email (not a gmail addy) and already had a Gmail address that I'd used to make my Google account for my phone. When I go to google play now on the rooted Nook, it shows all the things I've downloaded to my phone as being available to my tablet and vice versa. I even had my ds's old Nook tablet with n2a using that gmail account and all his junk is there too. Not sure what I did differently than yours.
Except everything I've downloaded from the Playstore has been free stuff, so I've never added a credit card to my account. The few things I've purchased I've done through the Amazon app store since I already had that set up for payment anyway. Maybe if I tried to buy something through Play it would make me set up a new account?