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Old 03-23-2012, 08:52 PM   #9
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Originally Posted by Doitsu View Post
AFAIK, both the Kobo app and the actual Kobo store all books in a sqlite database, which means that you cannot simply copy or delete a book without using Calibre or a sqlite manager.
That's not correct. Kobo uses the sqlite database for Kobo e-pubs (kepubs) but you can side load and manage any other non-DRM'ed e-pubs with drag and drop via windows explorer. Most (not quite all) books at the Kobo store are available in their proprietary kepub format or a normal Adobe DRM e-pub.
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