Nook HD+ Gets Alternate Root Method, Gapps, and More
A couple of weeks ago, we brought you news that the Nook HD and Nook HD+ had gotten permanent root. This is of course great news, as the Nook HD and HD+ run their own Android-based OS, and were in serious need of some more traditional Android goodness. Now, there is a new method for root, along with installing the Google Apps that will make the device much more usable.
XDA Senior Member someone0 posted a pretty long tutorial that takes Nook HD and HD+ owners through the entire root and modification process. Included is a link to three guides. The first is a root guide, the second is a Google Apps guide, and the third is a tips thread by XDA Senior Member leapinlar. Using these guides in tandem, users can get root, Google Apps, change the settings to install unknown sources, and more.
This guide can be immensely helpful to those who want their Nook HD or HD+ rooted and running Google Apps. Plus, Play Store access is always nice. In short, having these extra tools can make these tablets infinitely more useful to those who enjoy using Google’s products.
For the full tutorial and more details, check out the original thread.
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