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Nook Colour Netflix Fixer – Update
If you’ve been trying like other Nook Colour owners, to get Netflix up and running on your Nook, here’s an update from XDA Senior member brianf21.
The XDA member has put together an app (designed for CM7) that will update your /system/build.prop file and changes ro.product.manufacturer=bn to ro.product.manufacturer=HTC. The app also allows you to revert back to the original setting, although changes will only take effect on reboot.
For SD card users, there is an alternative solution provided by XDA member DrSarcasmo, which is simply to update to the latest version of BusyBox.
For more information, and to download the apk, head on over to the modification thread.
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