Question about E-Book Reader?

Discussion in 'Mobile and Portable' started by Happpy, Apr 28, 2011.

  1. Happpy

    Happpy MDL Senior Member

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    Hello, All!

    I've newly purchased a local mobile of my Country's local company. It has a function E-Book reader and a folder is already made in memory card with the name of E Books too.

    Now I don't know what types of books my E-Book Reader supports? How can I read an E Book on that? It isn't supporting any type of extension like pdf, epub, many others as well.

    So how can I use an E-Reader built-in software in my Mobile? Where can I download the supporting books free from?

    I've no CD with the Mobile and in the inner help copy of Mobile, it hasn't been given how to use its (mobile's) E-Book Reader.

    So I request all to help me.

    Regards,
     
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  2. zahnoo

    zahnoo MDL Senior Member

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    I think you're going to have to give a little more detail on the exact make and model of your E-reader.
     
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  3. vivek.krishnan

    vivek.krishnan MDL Novice

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    try any .txt files. OR Just extract the contents of your pdf to a text file and try it. should work. Most likely, you have a phone with a mediatek chipset ie china phone.
     
  4. Happpy

    Happpy MDL Senior Member

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    #4 Happpy, May 4, 2011
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    You are right krishnan that it's China Mobile but .txt is working. But many files comes in other extensions like PDB, AZW, LRF, EPUB and specially pdf. So how can I convert those formats to .txt?

    Tell me any other extension except ,txt that works in China Chipset?

    Thanks and Regards,
     
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  5. Tito

    Tito Super Mod / Adviser
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    Well, open those files in their corresponding reader software & copy the text to a text file ~ simple!!!
     
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  6. Happpy

    Happpy MDL Senior Member

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