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Old 06-02-2012, 05:15 PM   #243
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Originally Posted by NiLuJe View Post
@geekmaster: It may actually have handled both in FW 2.x/3.x, I remember creating the images folder as being one of the first thing I did with each new Kindles...
I am sure that I tried that on my DX and K3 back during the "comic book" thread fiasco that attracted a disrespectful mob. I will have to try it again...

EDIT: I just moved a .cbz file (zip file full of images) from documents to images on my k3 (fw3.3), and after restart it is not visible. I will try renaming it to a .zip file...

Okay, now a .zip file, reboot, not visible. I will try extracting the individual images now...

I unzipped to .jpg files, then rebooted. Still not visible. It looks like support for /mnt/us/images was removed from the 3.3 (and 2.5.8) firmware.

I have /mnt/us/pictures folders on my older kindles. Is that what you meant? You can put pictures in either /mnt/us/pictures or /mnt/us/documents on the older kindles, but on the K5, they must be in /mnt/us/images or they will not work.

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