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Old 08-21-2011, 02:42 AM   #5
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Originally Posted by krc2542 View Post
PC On the menu bar select Connect/Share – Connect to Folder
PC Navigate to the folder on the GT that you wish to hold your eBooks from Calibre. [Hint – The folder will be on one of the two drives that opened when you selected mount on the GT. I used a folder called downloads on the GT internal memory]
PC Two new icons will appear on the Calibre menu bar (Send to Device and Device)
PC You may now manage books on your GT using Calibre.

Don’t forget to eject the device (GT) from the PC prior to removing it.
If you go to Preferences - Plugins - Device Interface Plugins - Android Driver - Customize Plugin and configure the plugin you will not need to do the connect to folder option. You will need to select which file types to send to the device, what directory to send it to, and if necessary whether to read the metadata or use subdirectories.

Once this is done, each time your GT is plugged in when you open Calibre it will automatically mount with the GT, rather than having to manually connect to the folder in the GT.

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