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Export from tablet Android to PC Windows

New Here ,
Jun 10, 2021 Jun 10, 2021

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Hello

I'm trying Adobe Digital Edition.
I installed it on an Android 8.0 tablet (version 4.5.11.187425) and on a Windows 10 PC (Version 4.5.11.187303), and I would like to use it as follows:
- I load ePub books on the tablet
- I read them and I enter annotations and/or highlights
- Once read, I want to export them to the PC in order to find them later WITH their annotations and highlights.
Is this possible with ADE on the tablet and on the PC?
What are the files on the tablet to copy?
And where should I put them on the PC?

Additional question: Is there a way to save annotations and/or highlights to a file?

Thank you for your answers
Sincerely
Bernard Vogel

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Jun 15, 2021 Jun 15, 2021

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I continued my tests and I spotted the following files used by ADE for a given ePub:

 

1/On the Android tablet in the Digital Editions directory:

.xlm in Manifest\sdcard\Digital Editions

.png in Thumbnails\sdcard\Digital Editions

.annot in Annotations\sdcard\Digital. Editions

 

2/ On the Windows PC in the directory C:\Users\name\Documents\My Digital Editions

.xml in \Manifest\.external\

.png in Thumbnails\.external\

.annot in \Annotations\.external\

 

Do you know if it is enough to copy the files from the tablet instead of the files from the PC to retrieve on the PC the annotations entered on the tablet?

If not, what is the solution?

Thank you for your suggestions

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