Thread: PRS-T2 A Little Problem
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Old 10-05-2012, 10:09 AM   #26
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I tried to copy the file (that is 0 bytes) but I did not get any positive results.
The flaw in my case is perhaps a bit 'different.
I own 150 books in 12 collections: 9 on the first page and 3 in the second.
I can not access any collection of the second page (the tenth collection onwards). However, if you rename it - for example - the eleventh collection in order to pass it to the first page, then I can access this collection. Obviously another collection passes from the first to the second page, and then becomes inaccessible.
Tanks.
It seems to be the last page of collections that is the problem? I have 5 pages of collections and I can access all of them fine apart from the ones on the last page (5 of 5). Maybe creating dummy collections at the end of the alphabet and making sure that only they are on the last page would work?

Just tried the above (adding dummy collections) and it seems to work. Adding the .nomedia file to directory Sony_Reader\database\cache\books didn't.

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