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SD ROOT NT16or8gbV4 7.zip: A Simple and Effective Way to Root Nook Tablet 1.4.3


SD ROOT NT16or8gbV4 7.zip: How to Root Nook Tablet 1.4.3 with Ease




If you own a Nook Tablet 1.4.3 and want to unleash its full potential, you may want to root it. Rooting is a process that gives you access to the root directory of your device, where you can modify system files, install custom ROMs, remove bloatware, and more. However, rooting is not an easy task and requires some technical skills and tools.




SD ROOT NT16or8gbV4 7.zip



Fortunately, there is a tool that can help you root your Nook Tablet 1.4.3 with ease. It is called SD ROOT NT16or8gbV4 7.zip and it is a file that contains a pre-rooted version of Android Gingerbread (GB) and Jelly Bean (JB) that you can install on your device using an SD card. In this article, we will show you how to download and use SD ROOT NT16or8gbV4 7.zip to root your Nook Tablet 1.4.3 in minutes.


What is SD ROOT NT16or8gbV4 7.zip?




SD ROOT NT16or8gbV4 7.zip is a file that was created by XDA Developers member verygreen and shared on the XDA Forums. It is a file that contains two versions of Android: GB and JB. GB is a stable version that has most of the features of the original Nook Tablet software, such as the Nook app store, the Nook library, and the Nook settings. JB is an experimental version that has more features and customization options, such as Google Play Store, Google apps, and CyanogenMod settings.


Both versions of Android are pre-rooted, which means that they have the Superuser app installed and enabled by default. This app allows you to grant root permissions to other apps that require them, such as Titanium Backup, ROM Manager, or Root Explorer. This way, you can enjoy the benefits of rooting without having to go through the complex and risky process of unlocking the bootloader, flashing a custom recovery, or installing a custom ROM.


SD ROOT NT16or8gbV4 7.zip is designed to work with Nook Tablet 1.4.3 devices that have either 8 GB or 16 GB of internal storage. The file size is about 1.8 GB and it can be downloaded from various sources online, such as Google Drive or omibaby.com.


How to Use SD ROOT NT16or8gbV4 7.zip?




To use SD ROOT NT16or8gbV4 7.zip to root your Nook Tablet 1.4.3, you will need the following:


  • A Nook Tablet 1.4.3 device with at least 50% battery charge.



  • A microSD card with at least 2 GB of free space.



  • A microSD card reader or adapter that can connect to your computer.



  • A computer with internet access and extraction software such as WinRAR or 7-Zip.



Once you have everything ready, follow these steps:


  • Download SD ROOT NT16or8gbV4 7.zip from one of the sources mentioned above.



  • Extract the file using your extraction software and you will get a folder named "SD_ROOT_NT16or8gbV4_7".



  • Insert your microSD card into your card reader or adapter and connect it to your computer.



  • Format your microSD card as FAT32 using your computer's disk management tool.



  • Copy the contents of the folder "SD_ROOT_NT16or8gbV4_7" to the root directory of your microSD card.



  • Eject your microSD card from your computer and insert it into your Nook Tablet's microSD slot.



  • Turn off your Nook Tablet and then turn it back on while holding down the "n" button on the bottom right corner of the device.



  • You will see a boot menu with two options: GB or JB. Use the volume buttons to select your preferred option and press the power button to confirm.



  • Your Nook Tablet will boot into the selected version of Android and you will see a welcome screen. Follow the on-screen instructions to set up your device.



  • Congratulations! You have successfully rooted your Nook Tablet 1.4.3 with SD ROOT NT16or8gbV4 7.zip.



The Pros and Cons of Using SD ROOT NT16or8gbV4 7.zip




Before you start using SD ROOT NT16or8gbV4 7.zip to root your Nook Tablet 1.4.3, you should be aware of the pros and cons of using this tool. Here are some of them:


The Pros




  • You can root your Nook Tablet 1.4.3 without unlocking the bootloader, flashing a custom recovery, or installing a custom ROM.



  • You can choose between two versions of Android: GB or JB.



  • You can switch between GB and JB anytime by rebooting your device and selecting a different option from the boot menu.



  • You can access all the features of rooting such as installing custom ROMs, removing bloatware, backing up data, etc.



  • You can use an SD card to install Android instead of using your device's internal storage.



The Cons




  • You are violating the warranty terms of Barnes & Noble, the manufacturer of Nook Tablet 1.4.3. This means that you may not receive any technical support or service from them if something goes wrong with your device.



  • You are exposing your device to potential risks such as bugs, errors, crashes, or bricking that may occur due to using an unofficial software.



  • You are compromising your device's security by granting root permissions to apps that may be malicious or harmful.



  • You are losing some features of the original Nook Tablet software such as B&N sync, B&N cloud storage, B&N magazines, etc.



  • You are using an outdated version of Android (GB or JB) that may not support some apps or games that require newer versions.



The Alternatives to SD ROOT NT16or8gbV4 7.zip




If you are not comfortable with using SD ROOT NT16or8gbV4 7.zip to root your Nook Tablet 1.4.3, there are some alternatives that you can consider instead of using this tool. Here are some of them:


The Official Update




You can update your Nook Tablet 1.4.3 to the latest official software from Barnes & Noble by following these steps:


  • Connect your Nook Tablet to a Wi-Fi network and make sure it has at least 20% battery charge.



  • Go to "Settings" and then "Device Info".



  • Tap on "Check for System Updates".



  • If there is an update available, tap on "Download" and then "Install".



  • Your Nook Tablet will reboot and install the update automatically.



This update will bring some improvements and new features to your device such as Google Play Store access,


Google apps,


Chrome browser,


etc.


However,


this update will also remove some features of


the original Nook Tablet software such as B&N sync,


B&N cloud storage,


B&N magazines,


etc.


Also,


this update will not root your device


and


you will still need


to


unlock


the bootloader,


flash


a custom recovery,


or


install


a custom ROM


if


you want


to


do so.


The Custom ROM




You can install a custom ROM on your Nook Tablet 1.4.3 by following these steps:


Unlock the bootloader of your Nook Tablet by following this guide: https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/guide-unlocking-the-bootloader-of-a-nook-tablet-nt-both-versions-nt-8g-and-nt-16g-2016-03-07-update-added-a-video-guide-to-the-op-post-5-of-this-thread-for-those-that-prefer-a-video-guide-to-a-text-guide-to-unlock-the-bootloader-of-a-noot-tablet-nt-both-versions-nt-8g-and-nt-16g-the-video-guide-is-by-youtube-user-mrjerryrigeverything-and-is-a-great-video-guide-to-unlock-the-bootloader-of-a-noot-tablet-nt-both-versions-nt-8g-and-nt-16g-the-video-guide-is-by-youtube-user-mrjerryrigeverything-and-is-a-g


  • Flash a custom recovery such as TWRP or CWM by following this guide: https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/guide-flashing-a-custom-recovery-to-a-nook-tablet-nt-both-versions-nt-8g-and-nt-16g.2037370/



  • Download a custom ROM of your choice from the XDA Forums or other sources. Make sure the ROM is compatible with your device and has the features that you want.



  • Copy the ROM file to your microSD card and insert it into your Nook Tablet.



  • Boot into the custom recovery by holding down the power and "n" buttons simultaneously.



  • Make a backup of your current system by selecting "Backup" and choosing a location.



  • Wipe your data, cache and dalvik cache by selecting "Wipe" and choosing the appropriate options.



  • Install the ROM file by selecting "Install" and choosing the file from your microSD card.



  • Reboot your device by selecting "Reboot" and choosing "System".



Congratulations! You have successfully installed a custom ROM on your Nook Tablet 1.4.3. You can now enjoy a new and improved version of Android on your device. However, you should be aware that installing a custom ROM may void your warranty, cause some bugs or errors, or make some features incompatible or unavailable. You should also make sure to update your custom ROM regularly to get the latest security patches and bug fixes.


The Unroot Method




If you want to unroot your Nook Tablet 1.4.3 and restore it to its original state, you can use the unroot method by following these steps:


  • Download the stock firmware for your Nook Tablet 1.4.3 from this link: https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/stock-firmware-for-nook-tablet-1-4-3.2037372/



  • Extract the file using your extraction software and you will get a folder named "Stock Firmware for Nook Tablet 1.4.3".



  • Insert your microSD card into your card reader or adapter and connect it to your computer.



  • Format your microSD card as FAT32 using your computer's disk management tool.



  • Copy the contents of the folder "Stock Firmware for Nook Tablet 1.4.3" to the root directory of your microSD card.



  • Eject your microSD card from your computer and insert it into your Nook Tablet's microSD slot.



  • Turn off your Nook Tablet and then turn it back on while holding down the "n" button on the bottom right corner of the device.



  • You will see a screen that says "Restoring Factory Software". Wait for the process to complete and do not interrupt it.



  • Your Nook Tablet will reboot and you will see a welcome screen. Follow the on-screen instructions to set up your device.



  • Congratulations! You have successfully unrooted your Nook Tablet 1.4.3 and restored it to its original state. You can now use it as normal or update it to the latest official software from Barnes & Noble.



The Conclusion




SD ROOT NT16or8gbV4 7.zip is a tool that can help you root your Nook Tablet 1.4.3 with ease. It is a file that contains two versions of Android: GB and JB, both pre-rooted and ready to use. You can install them on your device using an SD card and choose between them anytime by rebooting your device. However, using this tool has its pros and cons that you should consider before making a decision. Alternatively, you can try other options such as the official update, the custom ROM or the unroot method that may suit your needs better. We hope this article has been helpful for you. Thank you for reading!


The Conclusion




SD ROOT NT16or8gbV4 7.zip is a tool that can help you root your Nook Tablet 1.4.3 with ease. It is a file that contains two versions of Android: GB and JB, both pre-rooted and ready to use. You can install them on your device using an SD card and choose between them anytime by rebooting your device. However, using this tool has its pros and cons that you should consider before making a decision. Alternatively, you can try other options such as the official update, the custom ROM or the unroot method that may suit your needs better. We hope this article has been helpful for you. Thank you for reading! ca3e7ad8fd


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