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  1. Master Droid
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    The fine line.

    A while ago i did the autonooter for my nook color. It was nice and easy. Then i decided to get clever, and install honeycomb or cm7. That didnt go so well for me. A few days later i manage to restore to stock and autonooter again. I was thinking that i should have left well enough alone.

    Fast forward a few months. With the netflix app, and other goodies for 2.2+ only, i decide to give a new rom a try on my nook. After a few hiccups, i finally get phiremod 6.3 working. And its working great. Now i'm wishing i'd have done this sooner.

    And that, to me, is the fine line of root/rom'ing on android. Leaving well enough alone, or wishing i'd done it sooner.

    And now i think about it, with ice cream sandwich doing away with buttons, nook color was ahead of its time, lol.

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    I've got CM7 running on the card on our nook color. SDcard is in, we are rooted. Remove the card and reboot and it is stock. I bought it right before the update for it came out and didn't want to root the actual device until I saw what the update was like. Then rooting the actual device became difficult after the update. After seeing the update I really wished I had gone and rooted the whole thing. Sooner.

    It runs good but would probably get better performance running the OS out of memory instead of off the card. I haven't heard of phiremod so will have to go looking for it.
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    I think you could restore it to stock 1.1, then root/rom from there?

    Phiremod is a modified cm7. I'm happy enough with it right now to leave well enough alone...until we see ice cream sandwich...

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