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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by AndreQ, Sep 12, 2011.

  1. AndreQ

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    I've not been able to import or side-load any epub files to the Kobo app. All the research I've done suggests that it may not be possible at this point with the current Honeycomb OS. The pre-loaded Lumiread app does work well though, in importing and recognizing epub files, from Archive(dot)org for example. But no luck in reading purchased Kobo titles through Lumiread. Any thoughts or work-arounds??
     

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    Couldn't be simpler. I just copied an pub file wirelessly from my desktop PC (Windows XP) to two locations on my A100 - my external SD card (/mnt/external_SD), and /sdcard/Kobo/epubs.

    Then in Kobo I selected Import Content, and it found both copies of the pub, and added one to the library.

    What problem do you have?
     
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    It worked, of course. I guess I was looking for an import icon on the app screen, and not the menu.
     
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    How do I access the "menu" that you refer to that has the import in it?
     

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