2 Replies Latest reply on Jan 3, 2013 10:25 PM by petesnook

    New Nook Color

      I recently got a Nook Color.  I had a Nook 1st Ed. and I want to give that to my 12 year old daughter.  She has 3 or 4 books in my library she wants to keep on it but since I have already transfered all off my books to the Nook Color she wants them off of the 1st Ed. so she can start her own libary.  Should I deactivate it and then reactivate it under an account for her or just manually go through and archive every book she dosen't want in there. (I have a TON of books and this will be very time consuming)

        • Re: New Nook Color

          You can deactivate and activate for an account for her.


          I think that will be better as you can then limit what books are on her account i.e. if you share accounts then EVERY new book you get will be available to her until you remove it.


          If you want to read something like Shades of Grey or something that might have some adult situations or too much violence.


          Then having a completely separate account for your daughter makes sense.

          • Re: New Nook Color

            Yes, what 5ivedom suggested.  Plus, if you archive the unwanted books from the N1E, then they will archive from your NC when you do a sync.  You can't archive from just one device when multiple devices are on one account.