While there are several guides out there on how to do this, I ran into a slight snag while trying to put Android Nougat on a Nook HD+, so I thought I’d share that with you. I was following this guide: https://nookhdplusandroid7.wordpress.com/
Following through the instructions seemed to go very smoothly, until it didn’t work. Specifically, after putting in the micro SD card, and powering off the device, powering it on would just cause a blank screen. Then, several minutes later, the device would turn on as normal.
Turns out that the Nook just didn’t like my SD card. It was a 4 GB card that I had laying around. When I opened a new package of 16 GB PNY SD cards, the whole process started working.
I don’t want to rehash the excellent write up that was already given, but I thought I would share my small issue, in case someone else runs into that problem. Turns out, there are some newer roms available for the Nook HD+ as well.
Either way, here are a couple of screen shots about showing the outcome:
It seems to work rather nicely. I did notice one slight “glitch” to the screen when I selected MTP for the USB mode, but other than that, it seems to work great! Now I just have to force myself to give it back to it’s owner!
Linux – keep it simple.
2 Replies to “Putting Android Nougat on a Nook HD+”
Using it to read your blog right now! This is amazing, my nook works better than when it was brand new. It’s fast, pretty, simple….. Why didn’t I have you do this years ago? You are brilliant, thank you!
You know if you were serious about wanting one for yourself I’ve seen them for next to nothing on EBay since B&N doesn’t support them anymore. 😉