NookDevs Release New Firmware for Rooted Nooks

The NookDevs team have released a new version of their firmware for rooted Nook e-readers.  Released as v2.4.1, it’s based around the 1.4.1 released by Barnes & Noble a short time ago.  Those of you with rooted devices will be pleased to learn that some of the features included this time around consist of a file management system, helper scripts, and a fix to allow non-market app installations and upgrades.  A full list of details and rooting instructions can be found at NookDevs.

Source: The Digital Reader

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  • T.J.

    Lies! The nook isn't at 1.4.1–NookDevs are basing their update on nook's 1.4 software. NookDevs are only going 2.4.1 because it's the second version of their 2.4.

    • Someone

      uh, yeah… it is a hardware revision (no further comments)

  • Debts

    Great review regarding the Nook Devs Release New Firmware,I had never try out these updates but seen some interesting i definitely want to update it.

  • Robert Boseley

    Have had the Nook about a week – upgraded firmware today. It’s a reader – not a BMW. Very easy on the eyes, wonderful feel in the hands – always hated keeping pages in place. All the extras works as advertised. Downloaded WAR today in about 20 seconds. I have the Wi Fi / 3g version – but the Wi Fi would be all one needs.