4 Replies Latest reply on Nov 25, 2012 9:31 AM by Rignes

    NOOK HD Series Software Update 2.0.4

    flyingtoastr

      A new software update is available for NOOK HD and HD+. Go into your Settings, click on "Device Information", then tap on "Software Version" and "Check for Updates" to download the update.

       

      The only difference I've found so far is that Ultraviolet account linking is enabled.

        • Re: NOOK HD Series Software Update 2.0.4
          laurieb52

          Being able to check manually on the HD tablets for the software update is a nice new feature....

           

          However, has anyone actually been able to get the UV linking to work? Only one of my 12 UV videos shows up in my library, and there is still no option to play it (only shows purchased). Still having to use Flixster to access the videos.

           

          I did notice on my UV account, it stills says "coming soon" for the option to link your  HD devices...

            • Re: NOOK HD Series Software Update 2.0.4
              Wing47

              I think the speaker volume is louder after the update.

              • Re: NOOK HD Series Software Update 2.0.4
                Rignes

                laurieb52 wrote:

                Being able to check manually on the HD tablets for the software update is a nice new feature....

                 

                However, has anyone actually been able to get the UV linking to work? Only one of my 12 UV videos shows up in my library, and there is still no option to play it (only shows purchased). Still having to use Flixster to access the videos.

                 

                I did notice on my UV account, it stills says "coming soon" for the option to link your  HD devices...


                UV has had that notice there for months.

                 

                I think this entire UV thing is a great idea, but there are so many fingers in the pot that it's difficult to get things done.  You have the Ultraviolet service, each individual studio, and BN trying to get things all in line together to make things work.

                 

                It reminds me very much of dealing with my local phone company for internet access setup at my house when I moved in.  I counted no fewer than 4 different companies involved with different parts of the process which made it long and painful to get setup.  But once done it's been reliable.

                 

                I can only hope that will be the case here with UV.