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I figured out one fairly unsatisfactory way to do it: Using phone browser (Chrome), go to Gutenberg mobile site. Find book (for example) and download Kindle version. Go to Downloads (under Apps) where you should find the mobi file listed (e.g. pg174.mobi). Long touch the file until menu bar appears at top with Share icon. Click Share Icon which will ...


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On my tablet (non-rooted) it exists at storage\emulated\0\Android\data\com.amazon.kindle\files\ Mine has about 500 folders, which, I assume is one per book. The names are some 10-character string of the form Bxxxxxxxxx, where x is alphanumeric. Inside each are a few files devoted to the book, probably the text in the file Bxxxxxxxxx_ebok.prc (it has the ...


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You can use the Google's Text-to-Speech app from the playstore. It allows you to read text on the screen aloud by using the device's text-to-speech feature. Features: As mentioned in the description, it can be used by: • Google Play Books to “Read Aloud” your favourite book. • Google Translate to speak translations aloud so you can hear the ...



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