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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Randomly Set, Sep 15, 2011.

  1. Randomly Set

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    Hi all,

    I've got a few PDFs to read that I would like to drop onto my Galaxy S II and read "on the go".

    Is it possible to read these via the Readers Hub application already installed on the phone?

    If so, where should I copy the PDFs to?

    Many thanks

    Mat
     

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    copies the PDF's to the download folder on your phone (i myself made a new folder in the root directory of the phone called documents).

    you could use either readers hub (my mum had some trouble with readers hub and some large PDF ebooks) or Polaris Office.
     
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    Cheers fella. i imagined there would be a pdf reader but i want to try/make use of this readers hub application
     
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    I've copied the PDFs from my Laptop to the Downloads folder within the Phone's Memory, and nothing is showing within Readers Hub.
     
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    yeah only PDF's that are ebooks will only open in readers hub (and very crap at that)

    your phone would have come with a program called Polaris Office, use that to view your PDF's or any office document (it seems compatible with every office windows and open).
     
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    Cheers.... I know I can use Polaris, I think I just wanted to use Readers Hub so things were more organised :D
     
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    EBookDroid - just exactly like organized as readers hub, auto bookmark, auto search etc too
     

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