3 Replies Latest reply on May 26, 2011 1:04 PM by Cezar

    Angry Birds downloads as an eBook

      Has anyone had trouble with Angry Birds HD downloading?  After I download it, it asks me if I want to Read it.  When I choose Read, I get an Error Dialog that says, Sorry cannot open this book.  I have tried archiving and unarchiving dozens of times.  The App icon also shows up in my book library and not under the app section. I have version 1.2.  Is there anyway to delete the app and possibly try to buy it again?

        • Re: Angry Birds downloads as an eBook

          Cezar wrote:

          Has anyone had trouble with Angry Birds HD downloading?  After I download it, it asks me if I want to Read it.  When I choose Read, I get an Error Dialog that says, Sorry cannot open this book.  I have tried archiving and unarchiving dozens of times.  The App icon also shows up in my book library and not under the app section. I have version 1.2.  Is there anyway to delete the app and possibly try to buy it again?



          This happened to me.  The only fix I could find (and maybe someone else has another option?) was to deregister and erase.  Once I did that, it popped back up in my app folder.  If you do this, though, you may want to go to your BN account and "archive" the apps and then deregister and erase.  Don't delete them, I am not sure you can get them again if you do without repurchase.

          • Re: Angry Birds downloads as an eBook

            Something similar happened to me yesterday when I restored to the os that was on my nc originally (1.1.0). when i reregistered but before I reinstalled 1.2 all the apps showed up as books and stayed that way when I reinstalled 1.2.

             

            the way I fixed it was before redoing the factory restore was goto the b&n website and archive all the apps, then do the factory restore and reinstall 1.2 and then unarchive the apps afterwards. It sort of makes sense that the apps would show up as books on < 1.2 although it is kind of annoying but in the end not too much of a problem