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Old 08-02-2011, 12:47 AM   #10
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Originally Posted by mjt57 View Post
I have submitted a bug report as per the Calibre manual instructions. Hopefully the lads will be able to resolve this one for me.
I don't have a Android tablet so I may be confused but in all of your posts I don't see a bug. You need to follow itimpi's suggestion above and modify the Android plugin as needed (see attached and Starson17's post above.)

If that doesn't work you can always do as Starson17 advised and use the Save to disk feature to have calibre place the books you want in the correct folder. Using this feature also updates the metadata inside the book (something Windows explorer doesn't do.)

Or alternatively you can disable the Android plugin and use the Connect to folder feature to transfer your books to that folder. It will treat that folder as a device and once connected you would use the Send to device icon just like you do for the Kindle.
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