|11-12-2012, 07:00 PM||#1|
Join Date: Apr 2012
Location: Ontario Canada
Device: kobo vox and kobo touch
Factory reset of death
My Vox opens with the message
the application kobo (process.com.kobobooks.pegasus.android)has stopped unexpectedly Please try again.
There is a force shutdown button.
I've been back and forth with support, most of whom did not know that the Vox and Desktop are not compatible. Since I cannot sync a Vox with Desktop, I have been told that my only recourse is to do a factory reset - the third since I foolishly bought this thing for my wife. Doing that, she will AGAIN lose all her annotations and bookmarks.
My question for the group is: Once this thing is reset and once she has re-done all her annotations, is there any way to back the books up with the annotations, so that when this happens next time (and I'm sure that there will be a next time) I can restore the books to the backed up versions?
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