How are Kindle books saved?
Quick question. I have a rooted Nook Tablet and installed the Kindle app. I tried downloading a book (it was a free one), and it wouldn't save to the Nook itself. I have found out you need an SD card to save apps from the Amazon Appstore, but wondering if the same holds true for the books. Thanks.
12-17-2011 10:41 AM
I'm not sure about the kindle app and its books but you shouldn't need an sd card to download apps from the Amazon App store.
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(SD): 1. CM7 7.1.0, 2. CM7 7.0.3 Encore
(eMMC): CM10 Nightlies
Nook Tablet 16GB: Jelly Bean
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Just curious, but is the book you've downloaded not available from B&N? I've really only downloaded books from B&N and there have only been a couple of books I couldn't find for a nook, and I assumed that the books were just not in electronic format yet. I know that's not your original question and I don't have the answer, but I had heard that you didn't need an SD card as well.
Originally Posted by JFD_Nick_44
If you have rooted your Nook Tablet and installed the Amazon Appstore app, the only way to download and save apps from the store are to put 'em on a SD card. Books are probably the same way I imagine.