6/comment-page-1/>, devices-and-linux/>, Tad late to reply because I get the digest and had a very full day. Also, I
don’t have a nook but have a Google branded ASUS tablet.
On standard (if there is such a thing) Android tablets there is an ap called
“on the go”. It turns the one-way, micro-USB interface into a true USB
storage device. You also need an A-micro (male) to B (female) USB cable.
I also had some luck with a bluetooth connection but that was a little slow.
Handy as a backup though if you don’t have the right cable when you need it.