Nook Touch

Looking to root your new Barnes & Noble Nook Touch? (And maybe play a little Angry Birds?) Instructions are now available for us mere mortals. You'll need the Nook Touch (of course), a microSD card (128MB or larger) that you're willing to sacrifice to the rooting process, a computer, Wifi connection and a program to write disk images. In other words -- it's pretty much the same as rooting the Nook Color, eh?

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This will most definitely void your warranty, of course. But you're not exactly the type of person who worries about that, are you? (And for $139 a pop, it's not that big a deal.) Full deets are at the source link.

Instructions: Nook Devs; via The-eBook-Reader; Thanks, Xenowolf!

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