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Old 11-19-2012, 06:29 PM   #13
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Device: Kobo Touch, Kobo Glo, Kobo Arc(32GB), NookHD
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Originally Posted by Zoshka View Post
I always had trouble navigating on the NT too, especially with files on an SD card, and the media and music apps were awful.
B&N has apparently left it to the dwindling number of Nook developers to solve file management issues. There's a free Nook-store app called OpenExplorer which has gotten a lot of good reviews:

http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/open...org/1111331126

It's basically a simple file explorer, but that's some good news, because the Nook C/T/HD all sorely lack one. With the HD's requirement of MTP from Windows, and word from KG that Calibre was not going to have its own HD drivers, I was facing a real post-Christmas crisis as to how I was going to deal with getting books onto my husband's HD, and then in the right place so they show in the Library.

Looks like Dropbox and OpenExplorer will solve that problem (disclaimer: I haven't tried OpenExplorer personally).
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