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Old 02-02-2011, 06:26 AM   #1
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Archos 70 + Kindle + Calibre

Just to update a way to upload enews (mobi format) from Calibre to Android tablet (in my case, Archos 70) Kindle app.

With latest Calibre version, we can use "Connect to Disk" menu in Calibre to automatically upload all enews to /Kindle folder in your Android tablet.

Here is the setup we perform only once:

On Calibre: Preference/Plugins/Device Interface Plugins....and disable Android driver. In the same plugin list: choose Folder Device Interface/customize plugin...and then uncheck "Use subdirectories"

Now every time you want to upload all your refreshed enews, just plugin your tablet, choose "Connect to Folder" and choose /Kindle folder inside your Android internal drive, Calibre will then upload all the enews to your tablet; and you can then use Kindle app to view those enews.
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