From what I've done so far, most of the images available to load on to microSD are made for 2, 4, 8 gb cards. I haven't seen much images available for higher unless you compile it yourself.
Most rom guides also suggest class 6 or 10 if you want to run the image off of the micro SD but to load it onto the internal memory, 2 and 4 will do just fine.
the image may be smaller but you can repartition your SD card to accomodate it
if you're using windows, the win32diskimager program that you do to write the image will do that automatically (though you do lose the rest of the volume you're not using)
Last edited by dlinfiniti; 03-18-2011 at 09:33 AM..
I don't know why people waste their time on SD cards for the Nook to root.
SD cards substantially slower with the ROM vs internal memory.
If you go to the XDA forums, there is the stock 1.1 for internal memory (takes 5 minutes to root back to factory fresh).
I have gone back and forth between ROMS on the internal memory with no ill efffect. SD cards are laggier on the Nook and nowhere near as sprightly as the internal memory.
I currently have Froyo 2.2 flashed on my Nook color on internal memory. I want to try unmatured Honeycomb. Whats the easy way to back up all installed apps and reinstall them after flashing new ROM? Would you please share steps to do this easily?
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