Installed App - Now Nook Tablet (CM7) won't boot! Please help!

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  1. nicbell17

    nicbell17 New Member

    Hey Everyone! I am a new user, and this is my first post, in great hopes someone can help me!

    I recently purchased a Nook tablet, and soon after flashed an SD card with CM7 to run on my Nook. I flashed this card myself with some great instructions I found. Until this, I had never had any experience with the Android system or setup, since I am BlackBerry user (not much longer) so I am loving the apps and customization options I now have. I was on Google Play today downloading some apps, and found a Font Changer App - Like a dummy, I did not read all of the instructions, which said I had to have BusyBox. I downloaded the app, then downloaded a ttf font, installed the font and set it to the system font through the font changer program. I rebooted my Nook, and voila---it will not boot properly!

    It shows the "N" screen as it normally does, then goes to the Team B Presents screen (with the green Android man), and then goes to a black screen (which normally shows Cyanogenmod 7). It stays on this screen no matter how long I wait, and refuses to go any further.

    What can I do to get my Nook working as it was before I installed the font changer app? I have many apps, and tons of customization that I do NOT want to lose. Like I said previously, I am not very familiar with CM7 or CWM. I did try to reboot into CWM using various button combinations, but cannot figure it out.

    If the apps install to the SD card (which I do not know), is there a way I can just delete the app and font from the SD card through my memory card reader and the computer? I did browse my sd card, and can't find many files at all except the image for CM7.

    If someone can help at all, I would greatly appreciate it, and will even donate! Note to self---read ALL directions on ALL app you download!!


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