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Android 4.4 Kitkat

Get Android 4.4 Kitkat Free on Nook Color, Tablet and Nook HD/HD+

I’ve seen a number of news stories this past week in regard to an email the folks at N2A sent out about them releasing an update to their N2A cards to bring Android KitKat v4.4 to the Nook Color, Nook Tablet, Nook HD, and Nook HD+. That’s all fine and dandy for those of you […]

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Kindle Fire vs Kindle Paperwhite

How to Fix a Frozen or Unresponsive Kindle

It’s not that unusual for tablets and ebook readers to occasionally freeze up or stop responding. Even Amazon’s devices are susceptible to it sometimes. If your Kindle Fire tablet—including HD and HDX models—or Kindle Paperwhite or Basic Kindle is frozen or unresponsive, there are a few things you can try to get things back up […]

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Nook GlowLight Review

Rooting Directions for New Nook GlowLight

The smart folks at XDA have done it again. I thought there would be little interest in rooting the new Nook GlowLight since it lacks an SD card slot and doesn’t really offer anything new that the older Nooks don’t have, aside from the improved frontlight and higher resolution screen. But that didn’t stop developers […]

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Nook GlowLight

How to Set Custom Screensavers on Nook GlowLight

Barnes and Noble’s Nook GlowLight doesn’t have as many nifty features as the Kindle or Kobo ereaders, but one thing it does have that those don’t is the ability to easily set custom screensavers. The process is the same as the older Nooks. All you need to do is use the following steps to set […]

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Kindle Lost or Stolen? Here’s What You Need to do

If your Kindle is ever lost or stolen, there are a couple of things that you should do to keep your account safe and free of unwanted charges. The truth is devices like the Kindle that are designed to be taken with you wherever you go can be pretty easy to misplace, especially when kids […]

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How to Fix Wireless Issues with Your Kindle, eReader, or Tablet

If you’re having problems getting your Kindle Paperwhite, Kindle Fire HDX, or any other ebook reader or tablet to connect to the internet via Wi-Fi, here are a few simple fixes that you can try to get your reading device to establish an internet connection. It’s not unusual for a tablet or ereader to suddenly […]

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Kindle Fire HDX Alternate Launchers and Wallpapers

Kindle Fire HDX Alternate Launchers and Wallpapers

Amazon’s Kindle Fire HDX tablets come with software based on Google’s Android 4.2 operating system. But you would never know it by using the HDX tablets because Amazon has customized the software in a number of ways to better reflect their products and services instead of Google’s. The software for the HDX tablets is called […]

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How to Access Hidden Web Browser on Nook GlowLight (Video)

The Nook GlowLight from Barnes and Noble offers a good reading experience for ebooks with its high resolution, evenly frontlit screen, but it lacks a lot of advanced features found on competing brands of ebook readers. Kindle and Kobo ereaders, for instance, have web browsers for light web reading and for downloading ebooks from various […]

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