For loading e-Sword and TheWord modules into MySword on Android, I suggest that you read the latest information on their own website.
HISTORY - You can read a post by Doctor Dave Thomason, which he wrote after MySword version 11.1 was released 2020-06-12. Read here at http://doctordavet.c...111_update.html
DoctorDaveT explains which e-Sword modules, (the ones which are not encrypted), can probably be transferred to your Android device, and work, because of MySword having built a module converter into their software. You can contact DoctorDaveT at firstname.lastname@example.org
Dave explains: So How Does This Work?
1. Download and install modules for eSword and theWord like you always have.
2. Open a file explorer window and navigate to your modules
3. Plug your phone into your computer via USB
4. Open a second file explorer window and navigate to your phone’s “Internal Storage / MySword” folder.
5. Drag and drop!
So now you can take all of your favorite study materials (bibles, commentaries, and dictionaries) and your reading materials (devotionals and books) with you on the go - no outside conversions necessary.
Dave concludes: The nice folks at MySword have done an outstanding job with this update. Thanks guys! Here’s to hoping other software engineers catch the vision of seemless materials across multi-platforms!
History moves on: Since then mySword version 12.1 was released 2021-06-10. The news is listed on https://www.mysword.info/news
To find out how to load this, read from the MySword website at https://mysword.info
Different access is provided, depending on your donation generosity to them. They provide details.
Information from Olaf Bacon 2021-07-16.
Edited by Olaf Bacon, 16 July 2021 - 08:32 AM.