iGigBook, Samsung Tab S7 and Android 13

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RalphWhitfield
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iGigBook, Samsung Tab S7 and Android 13

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Greetings,

I'm having trouble getting my pdfs to link or even show up in my Tab.

I can't figure out how to open up the tablet for file transfer from my PC, so I'm limited to moving my files from Google Drive to a spot on the SD card, then importing them.

When I try to import them it usually doesn't work...I get no indication it's trying to import it only goes away. Also, do the PDFs have to be named in a specific way to link correctly? I have the 5th edition of the Real Book and can't get it to index it just shows up in the My Scores area.

I have a lot going on trying to get this up and running.

Thanks!

Ralph
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Phil Smith
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Re: iGigBook, Samsung Tab S7 and Android 13

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You're going to have to get familiar with attaching your tablet to your computer with the USB cable and then selecting a mode from the tablet that allows file transfer. Google “Media Transfer Protocol.”.

For linking PDF files to indexes, I would start here: viewtopic.php?t=9
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Re: iGigBook, Samsung Tab S7 and Android 13

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Thanks! I figured it out.

Does it matter how they are named?

I assumed they should be named like the link list.

Ralph
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Re: iGigBook, Samsung Tab S7 and Android 13

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RalphWhitfield wrote: Thu Jun 01, 2023 2:38 pm Thanks! I figured it out.

Does it matter how they are named?

I assumed they should be named like the link list.

Ralph
You can name them or you can just press and hold the file name, select "Link To Index" and then select the desired index from a list.
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Re: iGigBook, Samsung Tab S7 and Android 13

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Thanks! I've got it working great now!

Ralph
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