- Click the “n” button - Tap the “apps” icon that appears along the bottom - When you land on the screen with all your apps, look on the right side near the top for a blue circle with a triangle inside it point to the text “Check for Updates” - Tap “Check for Updates” the B&N Store should look for any and all updates for your apps (it might take a bit before the next window appears) - If you see any updates, tap “Update All” in the top right corner That should do the trick!
I've tested pretty much all of N2A Cards' products, and they all worked like a charm.
Just in time for the holiday weekend, Barnes & Noble gave users of its original Nook, the black-and-white E Ink based model, something to be thankful for, despite so much emphasis on the company's new Nook Color.
I’ve reviewed a few N2A cards in the past and they make setting up and installing as simple as it gets. The cards cost from $30-$50 depending on size from 8-32GB.
The download option costs $20 if you already have a micro SD card that you can write the image to.
Before you ditch it in favor of something newer, consider your upgrade options. It may surprise you to learn that almost any Barnes & Noble Nook tablet can run the latest version of the Android operating system, 4.4 Kit Kat.