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Old 01-10-2013, 01:17 PM   #2
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Originally Posted by nz7c View Post
I've set up calibre on my pc and calibre companion on my new Nexus 7. I've turned on the content server and wireless connection - both show ip address and port 8080. However, the nexus still will not recognize the wireless connection. Can someone provide a list of trouble shooting suggestions or a good link to do so? Thank you. I'm not a techy - just really want to get calibre working as my library manager on the nexus. Thanks in advance.
The best instructions are in the sticky thread Calibre Companion Android App: Information, Change Log, and FAQ. See FAQ question #1. Let us know how things work out.

One point: the ports should not be both 8080. That won't work. Make the content server be 8080 and the wireless connection be 9090.
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