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bookworm1215
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upgrading from nook color to new tablet

If I purchase the new tablet will the books and apps I have on my nook color transfer to the tablet? Or will I need to re-purchase all of them?

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geertm
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Re: upgrading from nook color to new tablet


bookworm1215 wrote:

If I purchase the new tablet will the books and apps I have on my nook color transfer to the tablet? Or will I need to re-purchase all of them?


All your B&N content is stored in your B&N library. Just register the Nook Tablet, and it will sync with your B&N library and download your books and apps.

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bookworm1215
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Re: upgrading from nook color to new tablet

my husband will be getting my nook color when I get my tablet do I need to unregister my nook color and register under my husband's Email? He would prefer to have his own account rather than keep my content on it.

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Re: upgrading from nook color to new tablet

Yes, if he wants to use his own account then unregistering and reregistering to a different account will work.