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Old 07-25-2012, 01:46 PM   #1
Darth_Bane
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Device: Sony PRS-505 and PRS-300, Kobo Wifi, Touch and Mini, Kindle 4NT
Processing new content after FTP

I've tweaked my Kobo to allow telnet and ftp via wireless, so now I can connect to my reader without a cable an push books onto it from my PC. The one thing I haven't been able to do is trigger new content processing without plugging in and unplugging a USB cable. Reboot doesn't do it. Killing and restarting the framework usually results in a lockup. Any ideas other than manually updating the SQLite database?

PS: I can do this on my Kindle using a very cryptic dbus command that simulates a USB disconnect, but it doesn't work on the Kobo.
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