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    I have a large number of .m4a audiobook files located on a network drive. Connecting this drive via ES File Manager and clicking on one of these files, I get a list of apps that ESFM associates with this form of file. Unfortunately, the list comprises only MP3-class players, and does not include the two audiobook players I have installed.

    Is there some way of adding these audiobook player apps to the list for this file type?

    Audiobook players have one very large advantage over standard "music" players: they maintain a current position bookmarking facility. This helps enormously for files with 6-8 hours playing times as one can resume a file immediately upon restarting it at the place where you left off.

    Thanks, Paul.
    07-09-2015 01:11 AM

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