Back in June I created a posted with detailed step by step instructions for using e-Sword for Android's Import function. The steps I presented showed how import modules from third party sites such as Bible Support into e-Sword for Android.
Here is a link to that post:
In hindsight however I was not clear enough about how to import modules that users have already installed in other versions of e-Sword into the Android version. The Android version of e-Sword uses the same module format as the Apple/MAC versions and e-Sword for Windows 11,12 and 13.
As a reminder the Apple/MAC versions and e-Sword for Windows 11,12 and 13 use html formatted modules which have a module file extension that ends with the letter "i".
Here is the list of the html module file extensions:
Here is the easiest step by step method for transferring files to e-Sword for Android from other installations of e-Sword
Step 1: Set up a free Cloud at Google Drive from the device you want to transfer the files from.
Step 2: Once the drive is set up upload the module files to the drive. You can create directories on the Google Drive for the different modules types such as one for bible modules, another for commentary modules etc.
Step 5: Once you are in your Google Drive locate the modules you previously uploaded
Step 7: Once you have the file or files downloaded onto your Android device, close the Google Drive App. The downloaded files will be and the Android downloads folder on your Android device
Step 8: Open e-Sword for Android and then tap the three line menu icon to open e-Sword for Android's menu.
Step 9: Find the Import feature on the menu and tap it to open the android downloads folder and located the module or modules you downloaded from your Google Drive tap each file to import it into e-Sword for Android. Once you are done importing the files close menu
Step 10: To find the imported modules for example a bible or bbli module tap the bible option (bbl) at the bottom of e-Sword for Android and the list of installed bible modules will appear including your newly imported module.
Note: the steps above can also be used for importing modules onto an Amazon Kindle Fire Tablet