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Add eBooks to Kindle.app on jailbroken iPhone iOS devices
If your iPhone is jailbroken, you can add any book that is in Mobipocket's PRC format to Kindle.app.

The file needs to be placed in Kindle's eBooks folder, which is found in /var » mobile » Applications » random_hash_number » Documents » eBooks. You'll have to find out what your Kindle.app's hash is by comparing it to the date you installed the application.
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Or just use Stanza
Authored by: borgendorf on Mar 11, '09 01:21:14PM
Stanza can also use these files with no jailbreaking needed, and it's got a much better interface. http://www.lexcycle.com/

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Add eBooks to Kindle.app on jailbroken iPhone
Authored by: pbassham on Mar 12, '09 05:58:14AM

so am I supposed to browse my iphones file system to get these books in there, or a folder on my mac?

and if it is my iphone, how do I do that to be able to drop files on it?



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Add eBooks to Kindle.app on jailbroken iPhone
Authored by: pbassham on Mar 12, '09 07:29:21AM
Easily find correct kindle folder
Authored by: apparissus on Jun 02, '09 04:27:04PM

If you tend to ssh into your ipod/iphone, you can easily figure out the correct folder to put your kindle .prc books into by ssh'ing into your device and running this command:

ls -d /var/mobile/Applications/*/Documents/eBooks

You should see a single entry returned, which is the full path to your kindle app's eBooks folder. For bonus points, install rsync from Cydia and easily push new books to your kindle app from your Mac or linux box.



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