After 3 or 4 days, Nook sent and email stating that there was a problem with the payment and it should be solved in 7 days, after which, the order would be cancelled.
2 days after receiving the email (weekend), the bank informed that there was no problem with the payment.
Just before contacting Nook to provide this information, he received an email from them informing that the order had been cancelled.
For me, the lack of a large codec playback it's a major issue. Convert it's not a n option. Of of the tablet's main functions is media playback. Even with batchs process it's not a viable solution. At least for me.
This reminds me a similar situation: when I moved from my qtek 9000 to a HTC HD (blackstone) I just couldn't believe that the newer device couldn't play the same files I played on the qtek... I decided to buy a netbook
I was looking to buy one, but this "issue" makes me wonder if I shouldn't wait for another option... The netbook will keep it's place.
Good news after all. Not so clear the deduction (more what's behind it) but the important part is that roms are swappable. Is this assumption correct even for A1, which seems to have slight different hardware configuration?
Forgive me if I'm questioning about stupid/elementary subjects, but Android is a complete new world. BTW: is there a good place ( besides google search and millions of results) were we can learn about Android Rom structure?