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Want to Transfer Pre-Owned Ebooks to Nook


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moondog830

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Okay, this is not for me. I own a Kindle ...

My friend in Arizona got a Nook and loves the portability of it versus his laptop for reading books. However, can not figure out how to transfer his books from his laptop (or any type of computer) to his Nook ...

Can someone help me help him? I'm not sure if his Nook works the same way as my Kindle and if it has the same types of folders inside.

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Hi moondog830,

You might find help Here.

Thanks
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Joe,
Thanks, but I tried that site and this works for a Nook First Edition and does not seem to hold true for the Nook HD which he told me had AFTER I posted this as well as a post in an Android Tablet Forum ...

I'm still looking, but I have had a person suggest that I use Calibre Ebook Manager ... so I have told my friend to try that and see if that helps ...

Thanks again for your help and if you think of anything else, I'm all ears. :D
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Basicly you have 2 ways to do this.
1. Use ADE, once the device and laptop are connected, the ADE will detect the device, then you can transfer books to Nook.
2. Use Calibre content server, as long as your nook has a web browser, you can do it pretty easy.
You can check this post for details.
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I told my friend about Calibre and he said he would try it, but with the holidays, I haven't heard from him about it yet. Thanks PearlJam ... I appreciate the help.

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