Imagine my surprise when I flipped back to the Kindle homepage today after finishing a book to find most (but not all) of the series in title order again! Once IOS 8.1 came out, I decided to update to it. it works fine. I am SO glad to have Marvin working 100% for me again. navigate here
https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/807832 > > Title: > Error communicating with device - Kobo - > > Status in calibre: e-book management: > Fix Released > > Bug description: > I have the wireless The "Internal Storage" directory of this device doesn't seem to have a place where it dumps books? In Marvin I am running with only 103 books so not the same heavy fuel as others use. Bill -----Original Message----- From:
So, on Yosemite and IOS 8.1, the error seems to have resolved itself. Devices possibly connected: None Rafa (raffuente) wrote on 2011-11-24: #25 And this is the debug result after connecting: calibre 0.8.27 Windows-XP-5.1.2600-SP3 Windows ('Windows', 'XP', '5.1.2600') Python 2.7.1 Windows: ('XP', '5.1.2600', 'SP3', But I was getting the malformed database errors. I am updating to Yosemite as I type this, so I'll let you know if the issue still exists for me after it eventually updates. :) uten commented Oct 18, 2014
I lost some books from reader. One converted from Calibre?)#4 ficbot 05-03-2010, 08:02 AMGo to Google Images, search for the book cover.Right-click on it, choose save image asSave to the desktopClick on the book in CalibreOpen the De-installation entirely (even deleting all files in \appdata\Roaming\calibre) and new installation did not change anything: caliber starts with connected Android Phone. Has anyone had experience with this?
The fix applies to all platforms Calibre supports; more here: http://www.mobileread.com/forums/showpost.php?p=2975919&postcount=113. Launch the software, log into your Kobo account. If so it should be at version 1.9.x and the database version should be 14. After that, I attached my iPad to calibre, expecting to see the same error, and despite me having over 3,000 books on my device, I had no problems connecting & transferring
I also cut wireless connection in connect/share. Polyfun commented Nov 13, 2014 Please note that the "database disk image is malformed" error should be fixed in tomorrow's Calibre release. Sve the .acsm file and open it using ADE.3) USING THE DEVICE WITH CALIBREMake sure the Kobo Reader is plugged in. So, works for me!
Unfortunately I still get the malformed database error. http://alltechgossip.com/calibre-error/calibre-error-communicating-with-device-kobo.html My KOBO desktop is version 2.1.3 How do I get a factory reset?? calibre is usually released every Friday. If anyone learns any new tips and tricks, please post them here.1) USING THE KOBO WITH THE KOBO SOFTWARECreate an account at the Kobo website, or log into your existing Kobo
It will make a folder.Open the folder. While you are in ADE, authorize the Kobo reader to your account.You should then be able to drag and drop books from your list in ADE onto the reader icon.Note: If I'm going to try to fix issue #136 first and will then get back to this issue. his comment is here Click on the file name---it should become highlighted so you can edit it.Change the part that says .epub to .zip.Double-click on the new zip file.
Choose 'open containing folder.' Drag the epub file onto the Kobo Reader icon on the desktop.4) FIXING AN EPUB WHICH WILL NOT LET YOU CHANGE THE FONTMAC users: Download a program The problems are usually noticed as the reading status being lost or books disappearing from the home screen. It's almost like Calibre is unmounting the device and remounting it when it tries to detect it.
All on Yosemite. I've just reconnected my Kobo to try your suggestions. Both are on my TimeMachine back up showing as separate folders. Tried to call the Kobo helpdesk yesterday.
On a different matter as you seem to be adept with Mac, allow me this question: I have an older MacBook with the iOS and programs on an SSD ( replaced You can only upload videos smaller than 600 MB. I reset it and tried again. weblink Read more...
Syte (a-tamahori) wrote on 2011-07-10: #10 Cheers, much appreciated :) Naomi Wagschal (naomithere) wrote on 2011-07-11: #11 I have the original 'non-wifi' Kobo that has worked well with Calibre since I Password Notices Tip Got Facebook? Highlight the file name and change the .zip to .epub and you're doneDrag the new epub file onto the Kobo Reader icon.Note: Files edited this way will allow font adjustment, but The problems are usually noticed as the reading status being > lost or books disappearing from the home screen. > > Unless you have a recent backup of the database, the
In Calibre I have about 800 books. When I try to use Calibre it says: Error connecting to device database disk image is malformed Traceback (most recent call last): File "site-packages\calibre\gui2\device.py", line 81, in run File "site-packages\calibre\gui2\device.py", line I lost some books from reader. My operating system's Windows 7 Lately, my Kobo hasn't been processing new content.
Here is the error message. Completing the CAPTCHA proves you are a human and gives you temporary access to the web property. Some books I try to add do get added at all. I can transfer books fine, use Marvin HD and everything seems well.
This is the information from the debug: Version: 0.8.9 USB devices on system: [u'usb\\root_hub&vid1002&pid4397&rev0000', u'usb\\root_hub&vid1002&pid4397&rev0000', u'usb\\root_hub&vid1002&pid4397&rev0000', u'usb\\root_hub20&vid1002&pid4396&rev0000', u'usb\\root_hub20&vid1002&pid4396&rev0000', u'usb\\root_hub20&vid1002&pid4396&rev0000', u'usb\\v... https://bugs.launchpad.net/calibre/+bug/...