Thread: Done with Kobo
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Old 02-18-2014, 03:20 PM   #4
PeterT
Taking a break; Fed up
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In all fairness to Kobo support, its the same as the majority of vendors out there. The initial responses are always the same and expect you to follow a series of steps / procedures regardless of whether or not you have already done them.

Its no different from the ISPs who used to want you to remove your router from the environment and connect your PC directly to the ISPs modem.
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