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Old 06-11-2010, 10:38 AM   #118
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Originally Posted by kacir View Post
You can do two things.
Simple:
This way you replace the built-in fbreader
  1. unzip the downloaded fbreader
  2. find fbreader180.app and rename it to fbreader.app
  3. put it to the R:\system\bin directory, where R: is the letter assigned to you reader.
  4. unconnected the reader.
If you want to put the device to the original state, just delete the R:\system\bin\fbreader.app file and the device will use the original one
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More complicated:
  1. read and try to understand this thread http://www.mobileread.com/forums/showthread.php?t=65865
  2. unzip the downloaded fbreader
  3. find fbreader180.app
  4. put fbreader180.app to the R:\system\bin directory, where R: is the letter assigned to you reader.
  5. find extensions.cfg file in archive, try to understand it, copy it to R:\system\config directory
  6. unconnected the reader.
now you can use both versions of fbreader
Thank you ......


It seems I was trying to do a bit of both the simple and the complicated.
Your instructions were the clarity I needed .....
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