I have a Nook Color I am planning to sell, probably to someone who just wants an Android "tablet" and doesn't care about the "factory" experience.
Right now it is running the Nook 1.1.0 software, rooted with marketplace installed. I see a few options:
1) Sell with Nook 1.1.0 rooted and ready to go. I have noticed that the market place has not updated to the latest "Play Store" so that is a concern. This needs to just work, not work with constant tweaks.
2) Sell with CM7 on a SD card.
3) Sell with CM7 installed internally.
Stability and ease of re-install is probably key here, once I sell it I don't want to play tech support and worry about things. If they have to factory reset, it should just come back up no special tricks.
Any suggestions/feedback on these options, or other recommendations?
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Did you ask them if they wanted stock or if they want to keep it rooted?
Are they buying it as an ereader or tablet?
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