10-03-2013 04:39 PM - edited 10-03-2013 04:43 PM
Any advice on how to save books nor purchased from B&N (i.e., free ones from Project Gutenberg) for the eventual day when my device dies/if it needs to be reactivated (or hard returned, or whatever the term is). Before I had Wi-Fi, I first downloaded the books to my computer and then synced my Nook with my computer; however, now that I have Wi-FI and a Nook HD, I download books directly onto my Nook. Any help would be appreciated!
10-03-2013 07:11 PM
Personally, I have a folder on my PC called Nook and keep sub-folders there with my epubs and pdf stories. I also have my avatars and wallpapers there. It makes de/re register much simpler.
I have had my HD+ since Nov.6, 2012 and absolutely love it! Yes, it has some quirks but I think ALL technology has them. Its a wonderful Tablet.
10-03-2013 08:53 PM - edited 10-03-2013 08:54 PM
Similar to campyrs here (for eBooks). I have a folder for each author, then a subfolder under that for the eBook title, and then I put the eBook in the appropriate subfolder... I have some authors that I have 8-9 eBooks for so it helps keep me organized.
<it also helps me get things loaded into Calibre>
10-03-2013 11:17 PM
Another vote for calibre as the master library, and if you add calibre companion for 3 bucks you get wifi sync as well.
10-08-2013 01:20 PM
I have always overkilled the whole backup thing. After losing EVERYTHING year ago during the disatrous Windows 95 years, I learned. Now I back up books and documents to Dropbox because it easily fits on the free space provided. I back up music, pictures, and documents again to an external drive.