A few weeks back I tried the N2A download with my Nook Tablet, and it's been working great. I suspect it's even better on the Nook HD+ (though I haven't seen it firsthand myself), what with its faster processor, sharper screen, etc. It even supports the camera for things like Skype. As I noted last time, you can probably create your own bootable microSD card for free -- but only if you know what you're doing. (It's a fairly complex process, IMHO.) Personally, I like a plug-and-play option, especially when it's backed by tech support. That's worth a few dollars, no?.
Whether you buy one of the preconfigured cards or create one yourself using the download option, I think you'll really like running Jelly nostalgia iphone case Bean (in the form of the popular CyanogenMod) on your Nook HD+, Especially when it's so easy to undo, N2A Cards now supports Barnes & Noble's big, beautiful new tablet, giving you the full Jelly Bean experience for as little as $19.99, It was just a few weeks ago that I wrote about N2A Cards' new Android 4.1 upgrade options for the Barnes & Noble Nook Color and Nook Tablet..
Now the company offers a similar option for the Nook HD+ (by all accounts a fantastic tablet). Whether you're not a fan of Barnes & Noble's heavily modified (and, some would say, limited) version of Android or you just want the option of a more traditional Android tablet experience, there's now a plug-and-play solution. Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read. Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion.
First out of the gate, the Xperia T, Xperia TX, and Xperia V will receive its update starting in February and March, Once completed, Sony plans to deploy Android 4.1 to the Xperia J, Xperia P, and Xperia Go in late March, The weeks following should see the Xperia S, SL, Xperia Acro S, and Xperia Ion picking up Jelly Bean, It isn't all good news for Sony handset owners, as a few models will be left running Android 4.0 Ice Cream nostalgia iphone case Sandwich, Among those staying put are the Xperia U, Xperia Miro, Xperia Tipo, and Xperia Sola..
Sony doesn't explain why these devices will not see 4.1, but it's usually a matter of hardware, age, or sales. It is interesting, nonetheless, that all of these particular models are less than a year old. Looking ahead, Sony plans to introduce some Xperia-specific features in the Jelly Bean update. With CES right around the corner, chances are good that we'll see Sony's Jelly Bean experience very soon. The smartphone-maker sheds light on which models will and won't see Jelly Bean in their future.
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