I have a Kindle 3 (WiFi and 3G model) that's been replaced. The replacement Kindle has all of my Amazon books shown in the "Archived Items" section. How can I get all of these transferred to my new device without downloading them one at a time? The kicker: I have over a hundred free Kindle books that are apparently encrypted, so just copying from the old Kindle to the new Kindle returns an error when I try to read them.
I got a kindle 3 for Christmas and since I'm trying to limit my spending, I'm trying to take advantage of the free books available on Amazon and sites like Manybooks.net that offers free books in the kindle (awz) format. I also downloaded kindle for pc onto my home laptop. So I downloaded 3 or 4 awz format books from manybook.net onto my kindle for pc no problem. I then connected my kindle 3 to my computer via usb and tried to sync them to no avail. The books that I've downloaded directly to the kindle 3 from Amazon show up as "archived items" on my kindle for pc interface (and did before the attempted sync), but I can not get the books that were loaded directly to the pc onto the kindle 3. [more inside]
I am a student in Canada - what ereader is right for me? [more inside]
Help me further my guilty, snarky pleasure 2.0: Kindle Edition [more inside]
Is the fabric interior of Amazon's Kindle cover washable? [more inside]
[Kindle] Shall I register my brand new kindle on amazon.co.uk, amazon.com or amazon.it - or can i register it on all of them ? [more inside]
Does your Kindle connect in Manila? Help me figure out the best way to read e-books in the Philippines! [more inside]
Kindle: Can you listen to an MP3 and look at a PDF at the same time? [more inside]
What e-book reader would be best for an older adult with macular degeneration, requiring large type?
What e-book reader would be best for an older adult with macular degeneration, requiring large type? [more inside]
emailing a book / doc to my kindle... my android phone that is [more inside]
My soon to be 12 year old is hankering for a Kindle as his only gift this year. He's responsible with his electronics and takes extremely good care of them. I have no hesitation on that end. Are there many free books for teens (he's a very avid and advanced reader). Also, with the way he goes through books, I just wonder how much I'll end up spending. Anyone have any experience with their children and a Kindle? Oh...and the libraries in my sleepy town haven't caught up with this technology, so that's not an option. Thanks!
Copy of the Deathly Hallows? [more inside]
Anyone know about reading comic books on Kindle, Nook, iPad, etc? [more inside]
I cannot figure out how to transfer articles I've saved at Instapaper to my new Kindle 3. From what I read it ought to be possible, but after two days I can't set it up. If I understand correctly, Instapaper will email to my kindle email address the articles I select to be sent, and the Kindle is somehow supposed to receive them via my Wi-Fi. Need I admit I'm a bit clueless? I need very specific step-by-step directions and or suggestions for finding / hiring somebody to set this up for me. I bought the Kindle mainly to be able to do this. I work on Mac Book Pro.
What reference documents do you find useful to have on your electronic reader (kindle, iPhone, etc)? [more inside]
Lost my Kindle. 1. If I deregister, will it wipe my contact info as well, so that if anyone does find it and wants to return it to me, they'll be unable to? 2. Will I be unable to reregister the Kindle if I find it? 3. Anything else I can/should do?
Why isn't Dan Simmons' The Fall of Hyperion available as an ebook? [more inside]
I run an elementary school library in an economically diverse urban neighborhood. I want to buy a couple ebook readers so that my kids can see what using them is like (and so I can learn about the issues around lending and using these devices.) Various questions inside. [more inside]
Am I going to have to return my brand new Kindle? [more inside]
Can I use my Kindle charger for my Blackberry Bold? [more inside]
What's the best / easiest way to process / format material I've downloaded or copied from the web to read on Apple's Books app? On a Kindle? If I format for the Kindle, would the material be synced on both devices if I use the Kindle iPhone app as my reader? I've been using Calibre to rip ePubs, but there has to be an easier way than what I'm doing, which takes forever. [more inside]
Does anybody know of additional article aggregation sites that link to instapaper? I'm currently using both givemesomethingtoread.com and longform.org, but would love to peruse more of they're out there. thank you.
What's the easiest way to batch convert PDF files to the Kindle format on a Mac? [more inside]
Experienced kindle users: is it better to convert all my existing ebooks to .mobi or should I leave it all as it is and only convert what doesn't work? [more inside]
Two Kindle Questions: Should I get the Kindle with or without 3G? Have people had problems uploading pdfs onto the new Kindles? [more inside]
Kindle 3 abroad? I'm looking to buy a Kindle and take it to Germany with me -- will I be able to download books from Amazon US without difficulties? Should I get the wifi or 3G version? [more inside]
How can I tell if my Kindle v2 will work internationally? [more inside]
What are good apps for converting PDFs and other text files to non-PDF text files? [more inside]
I'm considering purchasing a Kindle (or other ebook reader depending on advice) primarily to read links sent it via Read It Later or Instapaper. Which is the best device for this type application, and what is the workflow like to get articles routinely routed to the ebook reader. I prefer a device that makes it as seamless and easy as possible. Any tips?
I've been giddy with excitement and waiting anxiously for my kindle 3 ever since I ordered it a month ago--and then yesterday I read David Pougue's review and the comments to his article. Now I am sad and depressed. They are saying horrible things like when you buy the eBooks they don't really belong to you and you can't share them and worst of all I won't be able to read the eBooks from my public library on the kindle. Can this be true? Should I just pack up the kindle and send it back? Woe is me.
Cost aside, should I swap an iPod Touch + NYTimes app with a Kindle + NYTimes subscription? My iPod Touch is too distracting; a Kindle would be less so. On the other hand, I love the free NYT app. [more inside]
It's hard to ignore the Kindle and e-book readers in general and while I am not against the technology, as a huge believer in, user and supporter of The Public Library I am a little concerned about what this kind of technology will do to access for all. How does the Kindle etc fit into the equation? [more inside]
Recommendations for non-fiction history, preferably available through Amazon's Kindle store? [more inside]
So, now that they've both been out for quite a while, I have to ask: Kindle or nook? [more inside]
eBooks: In what ways have they impacted the incomes and/or business models of professional writers and novelists? [more inside]
Help me populate my Kindle with news! [more inside]
Infinite Jest: should I buy the Kindle or Apple iBooks version? Specifically, I'm worried about footnote support. Naturally, I have an iPad so I have the luxury to choose!
I'm considering getting an ebook reader, and I'm trying to decide between the Kindle and the Nook. If I get a Kindle, am I leashing myself to the Amazon store? If I get a Nook, could I buy books from other stores or borrow ebooks from my library? [more inside]
Questions regarding publishing my (already published) book as an e-book. [more inside]
Can I use an iPad for something I haven't purchased? Specifically, do the ebook apps only work on content I've bought or obtained through either Amazon or the iBookstore? [more inside]
I am in the process of preparing to move to London for the next four years to attend college. As I have sold off a large portion of my beloved library, I don't want to find myself doing the same exercise in 4.5 years time when I return to the US. Coming late to the ebook reader dance, I ask you which of these two will be the better choice in light of current capabilities (and in addition to the fact that I want a reader to buy and read books, extras do not figure into the equation) - the Kindle or the Nook?
Considering a Kindle, but I have one big hang-up: all the books I already own. Any ideas? [more inside]
I'm sure most of you remember last year's Kindle debacle, when Amazon deleted copies of 1984 from users' machines. Now I've heard that Amazon can also track the highlight function, and stores the information of how users read. Is this true? Are there other Kindle-spylike things that Amazon can do/is doing?
How can I use ruby/shell scripts to edit a .mobi file for my Kindle? [more inside]
How do you like your kindle? Knowing what you know now, would you buy it again? How can I make a kindle/ebook experience better? [more inside]
Just Bought A Kindle, What Should I Know That Isn't In The Manual? [more inside]
How to publish my poetry/illustrations? [more inside]
Anyone using an Amazon Kindle e-book reader primarily for cookbooks? [more inside]
Is there anywhere in/near Nashville, TN that I can buy a Kindle case similar to the M-Edge GO? [more inside]
How does Amazon decide where to sell the Kindle? [more inside]