|09-20-2011, 04:10 AM||#1|
Join Date: Aug 2011
Location: San Jose, CA
Device: Nook Touch
Touch Nook Rooted with some problems
As noted with my past postings (located in nook forum) I have rooted my Nook with the easy method. This seems to be a bypass, not a full rooting. It is useful but not complete.
I would like to do a complete rooting. I've tried the compete rooting with it as is and found that doesn't work. This shows I need my Nook to be returned to it's original state to do the rooting. I've tried to do this by powering down the Nook 8 times and this doesn't work. Apparently the bypass I have makes this unworkable.
In addition to this I have made the mistake in locking the Launcher to the stock Nook Home. This software is badly designed because this cannot be easily reversed.
I have found that I can get to Opera (which I had installed) by entering Internet addresses in the Nook's search when I am connected to the Net. Workable, but not ideal.
The basically I need to find out how I can return my Nook to it's factory state, and if this is not possible a way unlock Launchers Home setting.
I have restarted my old computer with Lubuntu 10.04 so I could work with my Nook. Unfortunately, I have been unable to find the Linux files on the Nook. Some help would be appreciated.
Last edited by wafercat; 09-20-2011 at 04:13 AM. Reason: clarification
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