Nook Color USB Mass Storage Utility App
If you want to be able to make use of the storage space on your Nook Color, take a look at XDA forum member samuelhalff‘s simple app that easily mounts your Nook Color to PC.
The app can be used to open your SD or internal data on your PC, and can mount pretty much any partition. Confirmed partitions include SD card, media (internal drive for your media and documents), SD partitions (up to 4) and internal storage.
You might also be aware that there are two ‘mount points’ on the Nook – so you can simultaneously mount two partitions.
For more information and to download the apk file, head on over to the application thread.
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