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The first thing you should always do is look in your devices manual if there is a recommended way of cleaning (or doing anything else). It is probably the best way to avoid problems with your warranty (in case something goes wrong). If you don't have your PRS-650 manual any more you can find it (googling sony prs 650 support) on-line on the Manual, Specs ...


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After a little research, I came across this post. It details two different ways to clean eReader screens. One for E-Ink screens and one for LCD screens. The Coles notes version for E-Ink screens: Use a dry cloth or dampen a cloth with water (microfiber preferred). Do not apply water directly. Carefully wipe screen with cloth and allow to dry before using. ...


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Use the following shell command for listing the last three files: find database/media/books -type f -exec stat --format '%Y :%y %n' {} \; \ | sort -nr | cut -d: -f2- | head -3 For putting a book at the top of the list use touch: touch database/media/books/mybook.epub


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I don't know if this is exact enough, but based on a combination of my own manual measurements and specifications listed in the user guide (warning links to pdf directly): Screen resolution is 600(w) x 800(h) pixels Screen measurements (approx, done myself) are 92(w) x 122(h) mm Using this calculator, that gives us a dpi of approx 44. Approx measurement of ...


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The Sony Reader software that came with the reader has an option to export notes as an RTF file. I'm not sure whether or not you can import the notes into another device though. I'm not able to find a user manual and I don't have the software on this laptop (I do on my other one, so perhaps I can find the information later). However, I did find a blog that ...


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