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Kushka4paws
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transfer kindle books

This has probably already been asked but I can't seem to find any posts.  Can you transfer your Kindle books to the Nook?

Thanks,

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LadyTessie
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Re: transfer kindle books

Nope. Kindle books work only on the Kindle and the Kindle apps. To my knowledge there is no way around that proprietary formatting.

 

Terry

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xamier
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Re: transfer kindle books

 

LOL, it will depend on how computer savvy a person is and how willing to break the rules/law.I understand that there are ways to strip the drm and convert a kindle book, but they aren't legal.
I would think that Google would be a good place to start if you want to find out how to read kindle books on nook. Otherwise, Terry is correct, there is no legal way to read a Kindle book on a nook.

LadyTessie wrote:

Nope. Kindle books work only on the Kindle and the Kindle apps. To my knowledge there is no way around that proprietary formatting.

 

Terry


 

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Kushka4paws
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Re: transfer kindle books

bummer.

I'm going to return my Kindle so that I can purchase a Nook instead.

Ah, well, at least I only purchase one book. :smileyhappy:

Thanks so much for your time, I appreciate it!

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valenciyah
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Re: transfer kindle books

There  just seem to be to many restrictions. If I purchase a book from B&N, and I purchase a book from S bookstore, they are both books. What's the difference where you read them. The point is I purchased a book from A, and would like to read it at B. Why are there "e-book police" lurking in the shadows to tell me where to read a book I purchased?

 

So....So....Sad

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Re: transfer kindle books


valenciyah wrote:

There  just seem to be to many restrictions. If I purchase a book from B&N, and I purchase a book from S bookstore, they are both books. What's the difference where you read them. The point is I purchased a book from A, and would like to read it at B. Why are there "e-book police" lurking in the shadows to tell me where to read a book I purchased?

 

So....So....Sad


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just_jess
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Re: transfer kindle books

In Google Play you can download the Kindle for Android app. You can then add Kindle items directly from your Amazon account to the Nook

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Ya_Ya
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Re: transfer kindle books


just_jess wrote:

In Google Play you can download the Kindle for Android app. You can then add Kindle items directly from your Amazon account to the Nook


Except the NOOK FIrst Edition has no app store, let along the Google Play store.

 

Spam much?

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robertVA
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Ya_Ya wrote:

just_jess wrote:

In Google Play you can download the Kindle for Android app. You can then add Kindle items directly from your Amazon account to the Nook


Except the NOOK FIrst Edition has no app store, let along the Google Play store.

 

Spam much?


That last line was just rude!

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Ya_Ya
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Re: transfer kindle books


robertVA wrote:

That last line was just rude!


Three posts.  All thread necromancy, all about Kindle books on NOOKs to which his/her Google Play "solution" doesn't apply, in a fifteen minute period.  

 

While it might be (and I don't agree with your opinion, but do agree that you have the right to have and voice it) rude to point it out, the poster's comment was most definitely spam.