How do i transfer saved kindle books from my flash drive to my epad?
How do i transfer saved kindle books from my flash drive to my apad?
Have load of kindle mobi books on a flash drive . How do I transfer them to my new epad. I have the latest kindle reader on the epad but cannot see how I can transfer them or read them directly from my flash drive.
First, transfer the files from your flash drive to your computer somewhere convenient, like the desktop.
Second, connect your epad to the computer, and transfer them from the desktop to your epad.
Can you buy kindle books online and upload them to your kindle using the USB rather than whispernet?
OKay so I just this Kindle, and I would like to buy and upload my books via USB than the whisper net. Is this possible or do I HAVE to use whispernet?
Yes, you can download via computer and then with your USB cable to the Kindle. Here’s how:
To download your purchase to your computer at the time of purchase:
1. Select “Transfer via Computer” from the Deliver to: pull-down menu on the product detail page.
2. Save the file to your computer when prompted by your web browser.
3. Connect Kindle to your computer with the USB cable.
4. Use your computer’s file browser to drag and drop the file to your Kindle.
How is the kindle 3 for reading a4 documents?
I’m after an ereader. I’m presently looking into the Nook and the Kindle 3.
The Kindle DX is apparently bigger but not presently available in the UK. I’m tempted to wait for that.
The battery lives on the kindle really appeals to me but I’m not sure if the Nook is the better ereader or not.
I’m looking for some advice from people who have purchased ereaders. Is the kindle 3 unsuitable for reading a4 sized books without vertical and / or horizontal scrolling?
It’s not going to be fun to read PDF on a 6″ display without reflow.
Suggestion: Before you buy, try Calibre to convert your PDF to MOBI for Kindle and see if your documents come out ok and with reflow using one of the ebook PC/Mac readers. Amazon also has a PDF to AZW conversion that achieves reflow.
Nooks supposedly support PDF reflow directly, but I’d want Kindle’s E Ink Pearl display rather than Nooks older E Ink Vizplex.
One last thought: Sony ereaders are considered to have better PDF support as they’re based on Adobe’s Mobile PDF Reader. The PRS-350, 650, and 950 also have Pearl displays.
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