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Old 03-07-2013, 04:30 PM   #35
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Join Date: Jan 2012
Location: USA
Device: Nook ST, Tablet & HD+; Nexus 7
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Originally Posted by Matei566 View Post
I made an account just to ask this, please bear with me as this is the first time I've tried anything like this and my knowledge is very limited. Every step makes sense to me except the first one. I cant seem to get my SD cart to format properly.
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I have managed to boot into CWM but never Cyanoboot. Thanks for any help that you can offer.
I am puzzled that you were able to "boot into CWM" without going past Cyanoboot.

Also, I noticed your profile lists Nook HD as your device -- just to be clear the process described in my original post of this thread is for the Nook Tablet, not the Nook HD/HD+. You can search the XDA HD/HD+ forums for comparable process/tools that are applicable for the Nook HD/HD+.

On the other hand if your device in question is indeed a Nook Tablet, what you might try to do in order to bypass the formatting process of step #1 is to download and burn the pre-made SD image from, e.g., http://iamafanof.wordpress.com/2012/...r-nook-tablet/ and then replace any ROM and gapps files on the boot partition with the version of ROM and gapps files intended for internal installation.
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