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Old 12-27-2012, 12:21 AM   #1
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LXer: Taming the Nook Simple Touch

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I recently received the Android-based Noble Nook Simple Touch ebook reader as a gift, which I enjoyed very much except for one insanely annoying issue with it: the Nook comes with two “books” on how to operate the reader which apparently cannot be removed by normal means. There is no option to delete them from the Nook itself, and going online to check my Barnes and Noble account, it isn’t listed as one of the titles I can remotely manage. Searching around online seemed to indicate that, incredibly, there was really no way to remove these annoying files on my device.



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