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Old 12-09-2012, 02:46 AM   #803
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Originally Posted by h1ro View Post
ok, I put KPVBooklet.jar into /opt/amazon/ebook/booklet/
but the next step I don't understand. What else do I have to do for installing this on the paperwhite? And how can I put the actual reader application on there manually?
The method in https://github.com/hwhw/kindlepdfviewer/issues/653 just provided a proof-of-concept way to launch external reader directly from home screen. As @eureka mentioned in the above post there probably is better way to associate additional file types with KPV. I hope we can find the best when we release the brand new version of KPV. For now if you really want to try KPVBooklet you can firstly backup the file /var/local/appreg.db and copy mimes.sql into /var/local and run 'sqlite3 appreg.db < mimes.sql'. Then you can restart framework to activate it.

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