mic_888 · Dec 19, 2010 at 12:00 am

Auto-Nooter for NookColor

There are lots of rooting tools available for various Android mobile devices and now there is an ‘Auto-Nooter’ for the Nook Color.

Auto-Nooter is an automated nooter file to streamline the rooting process and has been tested by the developer, XDA forum member GabrialDestruir and other members.

The tool has the following features:

  • Installs SU and Superuser.apk
  • Installs Busybox
  • Installs Softkeys 2.0.2
  • Installs NookColor Tools to enable non-market installs
  • Installs Calendar and Calculator
  • Installs Android Market, GMail, YouTube
  • Enables Multi-Touch for Android apps
  • Enables Live Wallpapers
  • App Auto Install

Note that to use Auto-Nooter, you must update to 1.0.1.

For more information and to download the file, visit the forum thread.


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