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Old 08-15-2010, 07:37 PM   #1
stehk
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mobipocket dictionaries on android

I'd really like to buy an android smartphone, but it's quite important for me to always have my mobipocket dictionaries with me (of which I have acculumulated some over the time)

on the android ebook reader clients thread http://www.mobileread.com/forums/sho...d.php?t=70921&
there are several readers listed that support prc. namely:
nook, Borders, Kindle and FBreader

But the Kindle and FBreader editions for PC don't manage to access the index at all, with any prc dictionary I tried. So my hopes aren't too high...
But if anyone knows if there is a possibility to get them working with android (I don't even need instant lookup, although it would be sweet) it would be really great.

another thing that I thought might work would be the java alpha of mobipocket http://www.mobipocket.com/dev/beta/j2me.asp
together with j2me runner for android... (again I'm quite pessimistic)

anyway if anybody knows a possibility please share
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