Sep 17, 2013 61 Comments
I know I am late to the party. A few XDA developers (verygreen, bokbokan) have been compiling Cyanogenmod for Nook HD/HD+ for a while now. I just have my Nook HD+ for couple of weeks. I have only started working on compiling CM for my Nook HD+ for a couple days. I am still learning as I go. One of the main reason I am doing this is because for some reason my refurbished device gets hot in the left corner where the processor is located using Stock OS. With CM, the device does not heat up my palm. CM also allows more flexibility to the device and extends its life.
- Changelogs and sources:
- Credits: verygreen, fattire, hashcode, bokbokan, loosethiskin
- CyanogenMod source
- CyanogenMod on G+
- 09/18 – Initial build, repo synced, kernel 3.0.31, TWRP v126.96.36.199.
- 09/19 – Repo synced, re-worked storage for SD boot (added storage/sdcard2), increased default icon scale to 110%.
- 09/26 – Repo synced, kernel updated to 3.0.96, added scaling profiles (800×1200, 1200×1800, 1280×1920; 800p.sh, 1200p.sh, 1280p.sh), fixed Tablet status bar, icon scale is at 110%.
To use scaling profile, open Terminal and type su, sh system/bin/800p.sh (1200p.sh/1280p.sh) and reboot. 800p.sh gives best performance but texts can be blurry.
- 10/21 – Repo synced, kernel updated to 3.0.100.
- 11/12 – Repo synced, kernel updated to 3.0.101. (Last CM 10.2 build, waiting for CM 11 changes)
- 11/26 – Repo synced, updated wl12xx firmwares, implement SElinux, new boot animation, TWRP can now install cm-11.0 without errors. (Seriously, this is the last cm-10.2 build. SGT7 team has stopped updating their sources.)
*Goo.im is slow to update their index file. The files are ftp to their server but since they are not indexed, the files won’t appear on their website.