Hey Nook owners Let’s go to purchase N2A Cards. What you said, whyyy ? Because Recently, they’ve updated their specialized plug-and-play SD card that gives the Nook Color, Nook Tablet, Nook HD, and Nook HD+ the ability to boot into stock Android 4.4 KitKat without all the bloat, And i personally think $20 (If you’re already an N2A customer, you can get the KitKat update for $9.99) is a pretty cheap upgrade for a tablet that might otherwise feel a little old and worn out, especially given its plug-and-play simplicity.
Rick Broida, CNET Blog Network author tested pretty much all of N2A Cards’ products, and said they all worked like a charm.
No reports on exactly how well KitKat runs on any of these tabs (technically, they’re running CyanogenMod), but with KitKat said to be lightest version of Android yet, we’re expecting good things.