A soft reset, or reboot, will fix most problems; this will simply restart your Nook without deleting any of your saved data.There is also a hard reset, which will reset some settings on your Nook, but it should save your content and data.Bring your friends, family members or group of coworkers for a guided painting event. The Pinot’s Palette artists will guide you step-by-step through the featured painting below and will ensure that you stay on track to complete your masterpiece by the end of class.
The app also helps to reduce hiss and noise on your headphones by adjusting he DAC volume and headphone analog gain.The bookseller announced today that it is acquiring the part of its Nook Media company that Microsoft had purchased over two years ago and added that the two companies "have agreed to terminate their commercial agreement including any associated obligations for international content acquisition and sale." "Such termination will allow the Company to continue its rationalization of the NOOK Digital business and enhances Barnes & Noble's operational and strategic flexibility.The termination also relieves Microsoft of any obligation to continue to fund support and other payments set forth in the commercial agreement between the partners." Microsoft invested 0 million into Nook Media back in April 2012, which gave it a 17.6 percent interest in the company but today's agreement stated that the bookseller will buy back Microsoft's interest for million and around 2.7 million Barnes & Noble shares.The update promises to improve Wi-Fi performance, enhance the reading experience for magazines and children's books, adds the option to see passwords (or hide them) as you type in certain areas, and other small fixes and improvements.The one many users will appreciate the most is the ability to pinch to zoom in the browser.
For a more severe software bug, or if you will be selling your Nook, you may need to perform a factory reset, or reset the device to its factory settings.