I'm not seeing that.
On a related note (you might try and see if this helps), the following converts USB ADB access to WiFi ADB access: In the ADB shell as root:
echo 'service.adb.tcp.port=5555' >/data/local.prop
To revert to USB ADB access, just delete the file or rename it.
Thanks, Dean. Sounds like an early manufacturing issue, then. I'm surprised the whole device isn't restarting, honestly. Reimaging to complete stock from the backup didn't clear it, which suprised me.
I'm looking to use Calibre for managing content; this isn't an ADB issue (I use ADB Wireless for that.)
The really cool part (not) is that although the SD card mounts on the computer, once I eject it safely, the Nook doesn't remount it, not even if I physically unseat and reseat the card. I need to completely power off with the button and power on again. Perhaps the device connection notification isn't working properly on this unit.
My second glowworm will be available to me soon for further testing. Nothing's been done to it yet. (Aside from registering it.)