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Cm 9 Rc1 Now Available On The Nook Color!
Posted 30 June 2012 - 07:22 PM
If you are coming from nook color gingerbread versions you WILL have to back up your data using an nandroid backup and download a new .gapps file for these builds. Follow the instructions in this included link. http://forum.cyanoge...ed-2012-jun-26/
Help test this new ICS build on your nook color and submit bugs that you encounter to the bug tracker found here at this link. http://code.google.c...mod/issues/list
It looks like those outside download links for encore, which is the nook color, is not working. I left a note to the mod that posted those links. I am not sure where you can get it for now.
Posted 01 July 2012 - 03:48 AM
Posted 01 July 2012 - 04:56 PM
See this page here? It shows the download on top of the page but the links do not follow through. http://forum.cyanoge...-color-general/
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Posted 03 July 2012 - 12:16 AM
Anyways, Any update? I still don't see it. Why is this?
Posted 03 July 2012 - 01:22 AM
Posted 05 July 2012 - 05:21 PM
They have been having problems with HTML5 that is trying to become standard for youtube videos, but everyone on all OSes have been reporting problems, so I dont think its just the builds for the nook color. I guess they are trying to do away with flash in Android 4.1 and up.
Also hardware acceleration has been flacky on the nook color. Could be a few more months before it gets out of Alpha mode I would assume. You can check on the work being done and help contribute if you have the knowledge to do so up in XDA here at this link. http://forum.xda-dev...php?t=1677219
Posted 07 July 2012 - 02:39 AM
For those tired of waiting I would go check out this ROM.
One of the best ICS builds out so far. Check it out in this thread here bros. http://forum.xda-dev...d.php?t=1730377
Posted 08 July 2012 - 12:34 AM
Download Latest aokp for Nook color
What does "download goo im" mean? goo im seems to be a file hosting site..
What does aokp mean? I see it in the name of the ROM, so i'm confused what it means to "download latest aokp" after I download and install the rom.
Posted 08 July 2012 - 02:12 AM
Here is the link for that AOPK ICS nook color build from Phoenix's link above. http://goo.im/devs/k...-eng.krylon.zip
AOPK means "Android Open Kang Project", I guess that means that ROM is available for anyone wanting to improve it or use it, like cyanogenmod here maybe. Usually AOPK is the top of the line bleeding edge OS that is currently available. Most likely beta builds of ICS for the nook color. Though some are Alpha builds. Reports on XDA though for that ROM suggests its a beta build now.
Usually AOPK builds are like Kang builds, they are outside younger "linux developers"; including me, trying to make a rep for themselves so you will see some bugs in these builds; but since its a competitive project outside of cyanogenmod, you can expect daily improvements from other teams building ROMS for the nook color also until it goes stable. Which is a great thing. Adds some competition for development. I would think that the code is also submitted into the main linux kernel line for the nook color so our wait for a ICS stable or release candidate is now growing shorter.
The builds here on cyanogenmod proper are done by seasoned professional "UNIX wizards" ...as a side project or from those retired from development from a reputable corporation. Like fat-tire. I will wait for that build for ICS for my nook color to be released as a Release Candidate as those guys put perfection first. Which takes a bit more time.
The only outstanding bugs in that AOPK nook color build in the link Phoenix gave is a huge battery drain which stands out at the end of that XDA thread so that issue will have to be worked out. Also since ICS is trying to implement HTML5 and doing away with flash support for videos there are reports coming in that they are having problems streaming HD video. 360p standard definition is working fine though.
So....just those two outstanding bugs need to be worked out before that build is ready for a Release Candidate here. Hopefully
This thread here has a better outline on how to install this ROM in this link here. Note box 190. He used verygreens SD card method on XDA. http://forum.xda-dev...1730377&page=19
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Posted 10 July 2012 - 03:52 AM
Are you guies getting wi fi ? Karen over here said she is not getting wifi on hers in this thread here. I havent had any problems with mine but meteorrock cant help her out with it as she is still on CM 7 and I am not sure what to tell her. Help her out a bit more in that thread ok guies? Thankies. http://forum.cyanoge...fi/#entry332821