For some reason, the apps available on the marketplace for my nook is extremely limited. Am I doing something wrong? I have very few apps, and I only have 2 things to select. Top paid and Top Free, both with very few apps.

I think I have the old marketplace installed, though, I downloaded the latest gapps.

  • It could be the Nook or the country you live in that is restricted. I wouldn't think CM would be (unless the apps you're looking for are not compatible with 2.3 for some odd reason). Aug 19 '11 at 13:05
  • The reason is because of pixel density. changing it from 161 to 160 works.
    – diesel
    Aug 20 '11 at 10:38
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    @diesel: If that's the solution then please post it as an Answer and "accept" it. Then it will act as a signpost for future readers who might have the same problem.
    – ale
    Aug 29 '11 at 18:55

As noted in the comments, this appears to be the answer:

The reason is because of pixel density. changing it from 161 to 160 works. – diesel

This is discussed on the CyanogenMod forums here (along with many other threads). It also appears that newer versions of CyanogenMod automatically set the pixel density to 160 for you. Your ROM's density value should be in the /system/build.prop file (look for an entry about "LCD density". It can be modified manually or with one of several apps.


It should be because google market thinks the apps are not supported by your device. You can go to Online Android Market and try installing the app that is not displayed. It should say that your device(Nook) is not supported for that app.

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