I have two Nook HD+ devices. On my first Nook HD+ I have installed MLB.com At Bat, Instagram, Yahoo! Weather, USA Today, and other apps.
On my new Nook HD+, all of those apps show the message "Your device isn't compatible with this version" in the Google Play Store when I try to install them. I'm not sure what I did to my first Nook HD+ to get these apps to install, but I can uninstall and reinstall them on the first Nook HD+ with no problems. But the new one always shows this error message.
I have an AFN SD Card that I bought to run Android Jelly Bean 4.2.2 on the first Nook HD+ but I have since removed the SD Card and prefer to run the Stock Nook firmware. So, I'm confused why one device will allow installing those apps and the other won't. Neither has a card in the Micro SD card slot.
Hope someone can offer some insight.
I was able to remember the magic that made the apps compatible. The steps outlined here (http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthre...?t=2062613) actually fixed it. Particularly the part outlined in #3 regarding GPS permissions.
Sorry for the confusion. I just didn't remember that I had done that on the first device. But hopefully the information is helpful to others.