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Old 09-08-2012, 01:05 AM   #11
GvilleBridge
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Device: Kobo Touch, Nook Tablet
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Originally Posted by davidfor View Post
Those are the expected ids for a Kobo Touch, so calibre should be seeing it. Can you:

- Check the Kobo driver is enabled in the plugin list (Preferences, Plugins, find the driver. If it is light grey, it is disabled)

- Run the device detection and post all the output. Hopefully from this we can see what is going on.
OMG! Calibre sees my KT with 2.0.0. I checked Preferences/Plugins/Device Interface Plugins and found that the Very One I thought I had selected--the Kobo plugin--was grayed-out, so I reversed that. I assumed--haha, never assume!--that all the other device plugins were not installed/in effect, therefore I should select the Kobo plugin. Kind of strange default, having all the plugins being in effect by default, even for devices produced a few years ago in Tyrgyzstan.

OK, so now Calibre recognizes my KT. Tnx to all on this thread, esp. davidfor. I note that he posted the instructions for finding the PID etc. in Windows at exactly the same minute that I thanked murg for doing so. Tnx to all.
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