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Old 10-16-2011, 10:45 PM   #2
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Originally Posted by sinusLog View Post
I've read a few threads on the same subject, and then I went to:
Prefs > Plugins > Device interface plugins
I customized both Nook Device Interface entries, unchecking Read metadata...

But calibre still takes a long time reading my Nook Touch. So I went again to the same plugins and I unchecked the 3 formats epub, pdb, pdf too. No change.

Am I doing something wrong ? I don't need to have calibre connect to the Nook anyway (for now). I prefer to do the transfers by other means.

PS: There's a micro SD card in the Nook. Could that be the problem ?
This is not a speedy task on a sizable device load. Due to hardware issues, I run my PEz on a USB 1.x port which slows it down even more. The log shows 1 min 4 Sec for a device that has already been scanned by Calibre.
Until that completes, Calibre has to open each and every file to read metadata. Get some Coffee while it grinds away
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