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Old 01-27-2013, 01:31 AM   #25
davidfor
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Originally Posted by melabonbon View Post
No, unfortunately I didn't see your advice about using Calibre to save the notes until after I had already just copied the Digital Editions folder to the desktop and reset the device to factory settings.
Using calibre for this isn't very useful. It puts the annotations into the comments field of the book. There is no way to get them back to the device.
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Copying the folder over to my device doesn't seem to worked. I opened books I know I had highlighted passages in but it tells me I don't have any annotations.
Are you sure the path and name of the epub matched what it was before? If they have changed for some reason, then the name of the annotation file will also change. The annotations file is created the first time you open the ePub. You can check the name of the file that is created and then replace it with the one you saved earlier.
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