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Old 08-17-2011, 08:56 AM   #2
Benjamin Buford
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It can also be done via drag-and-drop, no need for the Terminal if someone should be afraid of it :

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Originally Posted by rashkae View Post
It's easy to manually update the firmware. And works like a charm. Just download the firmware.

http://download.kobobooks.com/firmwa...rade-1.9.9.zip

Unpack the zip file into the .kobo directory on the Kobo, eject and unplug, and the Kobo should update itself.
The only difference for a Mac OS user is that the .kobo folder is hidden (because it is supposed to be, the . does that).

In the Finder, go to the Kobo's memory ("KOBOeReader"), then in the menu bar select "Go / Go to Folder ..." (or press "shift+cmd+G"), type .kobo into the pull-down and press enter. Voilą, you are inside KOBOeReader/.kobo/

Then proceed as described by rashkae.
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