So you’re up and running and enjoying Android Lollipop on your Nook or Kindle Fire. Congratulations! Many people after they’ve had it for a little while want to delve deeper into Android which requires enhanced permissions to be able to access certain features. These enhanced permission are refers to as ROOT. Root is basically like gaining admin permissions to the whole operating system that is installed in your Nook or Kindle Fire.
TWRP stands for Team Win Recovery Project. It’s an open source, community project. TWRP development is done by roughly 4 people at this point. There’s also a sizeable community willing to help with development for a large variety of non official devices. A custom recovery is used for installing custom software on your device. We use TWRP to allow us to install different operating systems on the Nook and Kindles that we support. Nooks are officially supported by TWRP so you can use an app called TWRP manager to update the version installed on your Nooks. Unfortunately the Kindles aren’t […]
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