how to port my application into fbreaderj

by n.newtechie techie » Fri, 23 Apr 2010 08:02:03 GMT


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 Hi ,

I am new to this world of android..

I want to create an application which has a book in epub format with
audio attached to it.
and then want to port this application into fbreaderj.

Any ideas , how this can be done ?

Please help..

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how to port my application into fbreaderj

by n.newtechie techie » Fri, 23 Apr 2010 09:48:18 GMT


 Hi ,

I am new to this world of android..

I want to create an application which has a book in epub format with
audio attached to it.
and then want to port this application into fbreaderj.

Any ideas , how this can be done ?

Please help..

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