Former Writer · Mar 14, 2012 at 07:00 am

V6 Supercharger Ported to ICS for Nook Color Using Botbrew App

There are a variety of ways to put a script on a device. Sometimes it’s as east as flashing an update.zip from your custom recovery. Other times, it’s unfortunately a little more difficult. For those toting the Barnes & Noble Nook Color, you can get the highly regarded V6 Supercharger script on your device using a simple application called Botbrew, developed by XDA Senior Member inportb thanks to a method posted by XDA Senior Member mateorod.

The method is easy. Simply download and install Botbrew, open the application, do a little configuring, a quick ADB line, and then it’s configuring the script and rebooting. It doesn’t get much easier than that. The script has its usual set of features including tweaks to help overall performance and battery life. If anything should go wrong, the noted troubleshooting method is simply repeating the process and rebooting again. Uninstalling is a rather simple process as well. According to the developer:

Should you ever wish to un-Supercharge, the script completely takes care of that for you, restoring any and all files modified by the process, including the original services.jar!

Apparently, the only thing it doesn’t do is fry your bacon.

For anyone running CM9 on the Nook Color who wants to check out the script, visit  the original thread for download links, instructions, and a very helpful FAQ on the best configurations. Don’t forget to make a Nandroid backup before attempting, just in case.


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