11-19-2011 05:22 PM
Can someone point me to the easiest way to get copies of all the books in my Nook library to the memory card on my Nook Touch? I have taken a look at using NOOK for PC, but it appears that I have to download books one at a time (I have 500+ books) to my NOOK for PC and then copy them over to the memory card using Calibre, as NOOK for PC seems like it will only copy books to the on-board memory of the NOOK.
So, what's the easiest way to get copies of all of my books on my NOOK's memory card? Is there a batch download feature somewhere that I am missing...?
Thanks in advance!
11-19-2011 07:12 PM
Not that I'm aware of. I have been doing the same thing, copying book from Nook for PC and cataloging them in Calibre and them moving them to the SD card. One at a time.... It's quite tedious, and time consuming. My last batch was 300 books. The time before that was about 500.
11-19-2011 07:16 PM - edited 11-19-2011 07:24 PM
In Nook for PC;
- Go to settings and put a checkmark in "Automatically download recent purchases?"
- Go back to the Library view.
- Press the sync button at the top left. (circular arrow)
The last time I did this it downloaded 326 nookbooks at one time. All that were on that account.
Books you download using Nook for PC are not deleted from your computer even when they are archived and apparently not even when they are deleted from your account. They will however be listed in Nook for PC as Archived or if deleted from your account will not be listed.
Sideloaded ebooks need to go into My Files\Books for them to display in the Library view 'All' and 'Books'. If you have the downloaded the same book and also have it in this directory I assume the Library will list two copies. I'm not because I have never tried that.
If you are just putting there as backup for your downloaded ebooks, create a new folder to copy the books to. For example My Files\Backups so they will not display in the Library view All and Books.