Onyx has just released a new 2.01 firmware update for the Onyx Boox Note and Onyx Boox MAX2. It solves a number of problems with editing PDF files and split screen view for digital books. This new firmware is available to download right away in the settings menu.
Neo Reader 2.0
- Fix the bug of cannot open certain PDF files.
- Fix the bug of system crash when to export certain annotations;
- Fix the bug of cannot close the specific document of multi-document;
- Fix the bug of cannot open web novels after purchase;
- Fix the bug of word meaning capturing function not working with the Internet connection;
- Pop up a window for the third-party DRM documents and data corruption documents;
- Fix the bug of stroke joggle after enlargement;
- Fix the bug of lag caused by too many searching pages;
- Fix the bug of part of keys not working after wireless keyboard connected;
- Fix the bug of touch area is too small on the both sides of text frame;
- Add the function of thumbnail jump.
- Allowed to switch to the “Recently read” or “All books” tab in Library;
- Add Library list mode;
- Add remote optimization function for every individual app.
- Add a function of enterprise wifi, like hotspot input and others;
- Fix the bug of incorrect book order sorted by book name in Library;
- Fix the bug of jumping out of current page after deleting books in Library;
- Fix the bug of cannot open files after renamed;
- Fix the bug of incorrect display of power percentage;
- Fix the bug of inaccuracy of synchronized time;
- Fix the bug of icon and menu loss;
- Fix the bug of instability in A2 mode, and A2 not working for videos;
- Fix Google Play bugs including invalid register, invalid download of purchased apps. And add Google account management;
- Fix the bug of interruption during Bluetooth transfer;
- Fix several bugs of others. And optimize some of the functions.
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