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Old 08-28-2012, 05:29 AM   #34
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Device: Kobo Touch, Lenovo X61, Samsung Galaxy Note with Aldiko reader app
[QUOTE=filmo;2200089]4. I use my finger nail on the protruding switch symbol now. [/QUOTE

Again, it might just be the way I interact with the screen, but I can't get anything smaller than a finger-end to register a touch. I've tried fingernail, pen, blunt end of a pencil - all to no avail.

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6. When reader is turned off it uses fair amount of processor power to load data base with power on. For this reason I have auto turn off reader set to never. I manually turn reader off when I will not use it for 8 hours or days.
Thanks for that confirmation of what I'm seeing. My measuring of the length of time between need to recharge has been confounded by attaching the KT to the computer for Calibre-ating, but it certainly seems to be much easier on the power just to let it sleep most of the time.
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