If you have a Supernote A5 or a Supernote A6, you might have had some experience with storing things in the cloud. Up until recently, the only way you can store and access things in the cloud, was through the companies own cloud service, but it was finicky and many people had troubles getting it to work. Storing documents or notes just got a lot easier, with official Dropbox integration.
To get started you need to go the settings menu and select sync settings. There is a new Dropbox option and when it is selected it gives a QR code. With the Dropbox app you scan the code and it will automatically configure to your account. Once this step is done, you can start selecting folders, which comprises of your books, notes, PDF files, and any other directories you have established on your own. You can then establish a sync schedule for the transferring of your digital content, to your Dropbox account.
The only caveat to get Dropbox running is that you have to be running the latest firmware update that was issued on May 30th. You can checkout the update page to ensure everything is up to date, if it is not, you can sideload in the update.
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