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Old February 25th, 2012, 05:30 PM   #1 (permalink)
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So my parents are looking into the possibility of getting one of these, but my father (a bit of a geek), wants to know if the tablet can load the N2A SD card. Their website (Turn your Nook Color into a full Android Tablet | N2A cards) isn't much help, as you need to register to read their forums, and they want a purchase code in order to register. I can't find a way to contact them that isn't for support. So, I'm hoping someone here is using (or has used) one of their cards with a NT. Anyone?

 
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Here ya go, check out this forum. more active. Barnes & Noble Nook Tablet - xda-developers
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So my parents are looking into the possibility of getting one of these, but my father (a bit of a geek), wants to know if the tablet can load the N2A SD card. Their website (Turn your Nook Color into a full Android Tablet | N2A cards) isn't much help, as you need to register to read their forums, and they want a purchase code in order to register. I can't find a way to contact them that isn't for support. So, I'm hoping someone here is using (or has used) one of their cards with a NT. Anyone?
Yes, the 16GB NT can.

If you'll click the purchase link, you'll see six different options. 3 for the Nook Color and 3 for the 16GB Nook Tablet.

No need to go digging through the forums unless you just want to ask other questions. They are a great place to learn though.

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I have been using the n2a card for many weeks now. It is a 32Gb version and works great on my Nook Tablet. Nothing to complain about except for a few lockups, but I don't restart the Tablet too often, so that may be par for the course. Everything works as advertised and it's super fast!
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Check out Androidfornook.com. He sells cards that work and you can download an image to put on your own card for 10.00. The images work, I am using them. Tried the MIUI and the CM7 images on 16GB class 4 Sandisk cards with no glitches at all. Just plug and play. His instructions are so clear a novice can follow them to use the images on their cards. Your father sounds like he would have no problem at all. I have a 16 GB Tablet. The images and cards for the NT work on either tablet but the color has a different image. On his forum the only problems I see is some people download or buy the wrong card or image. Just make sure you know your model number. The support is Awesome!
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