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N2A instant download: How-to video and written step-by-step

Last Updated: Mar 15, 2016 11:23PM EDT


    Thank you for purchasing our N2A Cards "1-Click" instant download. The steps below will guide you through the setup process. Depending on the size of your microSD card, this will take approximately 30 minutes-2 hours.

    If you have any questions or problems, please visit us in the N2A Community or drop us an email 
for support.

    We hope you enjoy your new N2A experience. Once you do, please be sure to come back and give us some praise on the N2A Facebook Page. We always love reading your feedback.



 1. Download your N2A image

 2. Make your N2A Card

 3. Start Android

1. Download your N2A image

a) Using a microSD card adapter or reader, plug your Sandisk Class 4 microSDHC card into your PC running Windows. Your card must be the same size or larger than the image you are trying to write. (Example: If you bought a 16GB image, your card must be 16GB or larger.) 

Important note: Failure to use a SanDisk Class 4 microSDHC card may result in frequent crashes and instability. Don't say we didn't warn you.

b) Using your computer, click the download link provided in your order confirmation e-mail. You can also visit your Downloads area for the link.

Important note: You must download the file to your computer and NOT to the microSD card.


2. Make your N2A Card

a) Locate the file on your computer. 
The file name should end in .exe. If it does not, right-click on the file name and choose "Rename," then add .exe at the end.

Important note: If the download will not open, please disable your antivirus software to allow it to install.

b) Right-click once again on the file name and choose "Run as administrator." The program will begin to extract.

When extracting is complete, the N2A program will automatically launch. Select your microSD card and click "Write image."

Average wait time: 8GB - 30min, 16GB - 60min, 32GB - 120min

Important note: All external drives attached to the computer will appear in the window. Be very careful to select the correct one.

d) You will see a green progress bar indicating how much time has passed. 

A pop-up window will let you know when the process has completed.

Important note: If you receive an error message saying the "file is too big" for your card, you should first verify that you are using a SanDisk Class 4 card. Another possible fix is to format the card and then try writing the image again.


3. Start Android

a)  Make sure your Nook is powered down. To do this, hold the power button until a pop-up window appears. Choose "power off."


b)  Insert your microSD card into your Nook, then turn the power back on. Give it a few minutes to boot up for the first time, and enjoy your new N2A Android tablet!


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