01-06-2012 11:15 PM
01-10-2012 07:42 PM
The answer I got was "You can't" I talked to support in a chat. I wanted to do the same thing, I loaded an SD card, thinking that I would have the option to directly download to the card from the B&N store, since Evernote said you should use an SD card, no option on downloading and was told no way to move it. I asked what happens when my internal memory is full? You either have to delete or move things to B&N virtual and trust that you can get it back, wifi and PC needed. This is the stupidest thing I ever heard. It won't matter if they develop new apps for the thing, eventually you run out of space. We like to camp etc, and travel to alot of places where wifi is not available. And I would have to drag my PC with me.
01-10-2012 08:59 PM
On the Nook Tablet, you have 12GB of space. That's a LOT of space for apps. The original interest in installing Android apps on an SDcard was some Android phones only had a GB or two for apps.
2 Nook Touch (one Ltd. Ed.): B&N 1.2.1 rooted; Dell Venue 8 Pro: Windows 8.1
2 Nook 1stEd/3G: B&N 1.7.0 rooted.; Acer Iconia A500: Android 4.0.3 rooted;
Nook Color: B&N 1.4.3 rooted; Samsung Galaxy Tab2 (7.0"): Android 4.2.2 rooted
Customer loyalty is earned, not commanded or deserved, and easily lost.
Never suspect intent where incompetence will do.
01-10-2012 09:59 PM
01-11-2012 09:26 AM
03-02-2012 01:37 AM
And Barnes and Noble wonders why folks want to "Root" their device! Some changes are in order here.....
I have Mytouch phone 4G Slide....hate the bloat ware installed on it but hey to remove it I must root that device....but the Software (T-Moble/HTC) had sense enough to allow me to move any applications or documents to my SD Card with a Touch of a button under Manage Applications .of course only those I installed!
So....B&N Developers IT/Quality Assurance/IT Dept.....take note here...and Please add this feature in the next release!...The phone is on Gingerbread (Android 2.3), while we are still on Froyo (Android 2.2) on are NC.
I'm still looking for how to manage books/applications/files on this device?
Take us to the Gingerbread this year and at the very least end or start next year with Honeycomb? This device is capable of running them both if done correctly!
03-04-2012 05:13 AM
I don't know about backing it up to your SDCard...but Backing it up while it's attached to PC would require backup Software that is compatible to the Nook! I'm sure it's a vendor somewhere that is selling this software! If not I bet's under development!
I would never attempt to use an Saccade for backing up especially on a weekly bases! Everyone should know of how to back up their books they have purchased! Else you might have to buy them all over again!