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If I buy an HD Nook, can Barnes & Noble transfer the books on my old Nook to the new?

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Re: If I buy an HD Nook, can Barnes & Noble transfer the books on my old Nook to the new?

The books are tied to your account, not to the device.  If you buy a new Nook and register it to your same BN account, all your content will be on he new device.  


I have 4 Nooks and 2 Nook Apps registered to my account, long with Nook for PC.  Except for the enhanced books and magazines that are not compatible with he eink devices, everything is on all the devices.

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