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Old 07-13-2012, 02:45 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by benhofb View Post
[*]When I read a book and hit the "Back" key, the device freezes for a second and then takes me all the way to the home screen. Oddly enough, the cursor keeps going to the "Sign Into Google Ebooks thing".
I think this is not a bug but a feature.

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Originally Posted by benhofb View Post
. I have 1.23GB in scans loaded on my SD card, and when I put the card in the iriver, it freezes the device and I have to do a hard-reset. I think this might be because one or two things:

A) The Mangas must be added to the SD card while inside the iriver, not via a card reader.
B) I need to gradually move all the mangas over, not one huge clump of 1 GB at a time.
C) I need to invest in a bigger, higher class card that can be more easily read and accessed.
I think if anything helps then B. I would say your iRiver is trying to index all the books and this will take a lot of time when you have 1.23 GB of scans.
Maybe it helps you if you change from Collection View to Folder View. You can do this under Settings -> System Settings -> Library View Options.
This could change the behaviour of the back button, too. It will then bring you back to the folder from where you opened your book.
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