WenWM · Mar 8, 2010 at 01:46 pm

HTC Ebook Reader Extracted To Stand Alone CAB

HTC is certainly one of the market leaders where innovation is concerned. Their newest builds of Sense contained an Ebook reader which was recently extracted as a stand alone application. The extraction was accomplished by indagroove, and he has managed to get the application working like it would on the HD2 T-Mobile edition.

Originally posted by indagroove

I’ve seen many people asking for a way to add the HTC eReader tab to their existing Manila, and while this is possible I think my solution here is even better. The eReader Manila tab is a memory hog, and offers little real function anyway — plus it is Manila version dependent. Attached is a standalone cab for the HTC eReader application, which doesn’t require the eReader Manila tab — or Manila at all for that matter. There may be some other HTC dependencies which may not exist on your specific ROM, but this has been cooked into and working on my Titanium ROM for a little while now and also tested and working on MightyMike’s “Impact” ROM for TP2.

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UPDATE [3-6-10]:

I’ve updated this cab with a newer version, which includes:

eReader_Reader 1_0_20113925_00
eReader_Library 1_0_20113827_00
eReader_Engine 1_0_20113825_00

This newer version is faster and includes additional books.

Continue on to the application thread.


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