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Old 11-19-2012, 04:33 AM   #2
DoctorOhh
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Originally Posted by rignes View Post
I know the HD+ uses MTP and while watching the job progress I see that it is scanning a bunch of what I can only guess are system files or cache files. Is there any way in the plugin to narrow down what directories it scans on the initial search job?
Currently there is no way to limit this scan.

If you have access to the Google Play store you could try using the Calibre Companion (wireless require) app to connect to calibre instead of MTP. This app does allow you to limit the directories scanned. For my device to connect to calibre via Calibre Companion it takes about 1 minute and 18 seconds. This time includes time to scan the existing 2026 books on my device and update any metadata that may have changed since my last connection to calibre.

Good Luck.
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