CyanoBoot: A Second Bootloader Released For NOOK Tablet
CyanoBoot, a second bootloader, it has improvements to make booting unsigned partitions easier and to generally enhance the booting experience on the Nook Tablet (aka “acclaim”) device. So now load custom ROMs and other software on your NOOK tablet, thanks to “fattire” a developer over XDA, who released this tool, it released to work with CWM recovery, TWRP or any other recovery application.
A step toward creating a dual-boot system capable of running both the default Barnes and Noble software and a third party ROM. If you are users of NOOK tablet, you can install but first bear in mind that it’s still under development so it’s not easy to install, so until you have better knowledge about it, wait until it’s been further tested. However, if you want It should start from SD card and emmc (although it must be packaged and installed differently for each.) It should work on both the 1gb and 512mb RAM models. NOTE: It has been reported that some devices may require a USB cable to be plugged in to boot from SD Card. If true, this issue is not understood and is not addressed, nor is it likely to be.