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Re: An Update Solution for BN


nickyntiff wrote:
is the new update going to include all the features of rooting? and is rooting the nook going to support flash? as for the squaretrade warranty, they're policies are similar to bn in that rooted nc will void the warranty.


Highly doubtful. There is just no way they are going to offer the full Android Market or root access.


If you wait for the update and then root with an autonooter type program, or otherwise do a plain root, you will have Flash. If you root before the update you will not have Flash. This is because Flash is dependant on the version of Android you are using.