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Why is it taking longer for some of my NOOK Books, magazines, apps and NOOK Kids' . Can I search for emails that have not been synced to my NOOK? No. If you're having trouble opening content or reading on your NOOK, try these that has not yet been released, the link to download will not work until the book is . If your NOOK Device is not updated to meet these new TLS security again or check Wi-Fi Settings and make sure you are connected to a working access point .


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Why is it taking longer for some of my NOOK Books, magazines, catalogs and . I 'm going through the initial setup of my NOOK and cannot connect to my Wi-Fi. Nook for PC does not work any more Barnes & Noble NOOK. Nook books via my Nook for pc(old version, not windows nook app), I get the Use Nook Study, since Nook for PC stopped working for some several years ago. Although Barnes & Noble had tried hard to discontinue the Nook book reading I have tested and ensure the three method are still working. If the book is not downloaded, there will be a download icon at the top left corner.

Maybe the CEO has stock in Amazon. Been nice knowing you. So exactly WHY would anyone buy a Nook now? Theresa M. I do not and have seldom sold an ebook through Amazon, just its competitors.

Amazon has already demonstrated its inability to sell books; is this the same line of thinking with BN? I see that as the only option left to me at the rate this shrinkage continues. I have even entertained the notion of just selling the physical books when so many obstacles to book sales are thrown in my direction.

Anyone else feel that way? Kobo, hope you enjoy getting my money more than Barnes and Noble did! Is there anywhere we can officially register our feelings about this change? Debra I do that too, Yagaloda! Jackie N I agree with Karl, too. That ends today. I want to be able to make a backup copy of a book just like I am legally permitted to make a backup copy of any software i purchase. Chuck Hmmm…I never thought of all these other reasons for sideloading. I always download to my PC and then move the book onto my nook.

I just figured out how to find the local copy on my PC that is downloaded by Nook for PC and copied it to my Book folder, so for now that method will still get me what I want.

Until this move, I was finding that Nook readers offered a MUCH better reading experience than any of the Kindles and with the move to Google Play, they now offer a better tablet experience as well. Even my DRM-free ebooks are not downloadable. For shame. Ads inserted into ebooks?

To help reduce the amount of weight that I have to travel with I leave my E-reader at home and downloaded the books to my computer that I have to bring due to my work. As the books that I have purchased are my property and should be able to download them to my computer.

At least if you go to the public library that has ebooks you can at least down load them for a period of time. Frustated Great! We have 4 nooks in our house and now I regret them all. Just makes me so frustrated. I eventually got rid of it because, as most consumers do, wanted one device to read books on and the transferability of my purchases.

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If one spends money on an ebook to read, they should own it straight out and be able to read it in whatever reading app they have and desire. These companies treat everyone like a criminal and should be just happy people are buying their products—not limiting consumers choices and creating all these bells and whistles to overcome to read an e-book.

I for one will not be buying any more ebooks from any company that uses this DRM and read only on my app device strategies.

At least I truly own it then. Randy Rinker What a damn joke. Nook books are now the only ones I cannot read on my PC. The actual Nook for Windows app also will not allow me to download the books I have purchased.

My entire Nook wishlist is gone. In a response to myself- I finally stumbled on an free Android file to mac transfer tool on google that works with NookHD. So I can now drag and drop as before. So ignore some of the above. A suggestion- I always just download a sample to my device.

All my samples on still on my nook.

I think I agree with most of your points. I do have a Nook Glowlight and can buy books from Barnes and Noble.

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I do like their e-reader interface and the overall UI design, even though the e-reader itself was designed poorly. I am also reading more print books, but I always have anyways. I tend to read mindless stuff on my e-reader, fantasy, science fiction, throwaway type novels that would otherwise clutter my bookshelves. They do not.

They direct you to use a Nook study app? I also discovered you can use the google Android file transfer to drag and drop files. Not hard to find at all… http: I just clicked on your link. Yeah, did you even try downloading anything off that page, already? Here is their official current download page: I also use this method with Kobo.

There are other things wrong with the new web site. I cannot log in. It takes me almost an hour to get to the right book and setting to upload a review. This is crazy.

I bought some ebooks using the new cart feature. You can add your ebooks to the cart instead of having all these separate charges hitting my card.

I really like the new website. Even though I swore I would never buy another nook book, when I heard a new website was in the works I decided to test the waters with a free book, fortunately.

I miss Fictionwise! Not at all surprised.

They are so uninterested in customer feedback it reminds me of Iomega. Moving towards hiring non-book people for more and more managerial positions, too — reflected in becoming like Borders, with more of an emphasis on gifts and non-book items in the physical stores, chasing the short-term dollar without caring about customer retention in membership drives, e-reader sales, etc. Why change something that was working???? I loved being able to simply click on a book I wanted and boom I owned it.

Now I have to go through the long drawn out process of adding it to the cart, checking out etc. I am so frustrated. I purchased an e-book on July 27, and it still has shown up on my nook. I have gone into one of the stores, I have called into the digital support department.

No one has answers, and I cannot get my money back.

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It shows me that due to geographical reasons, but it never showed me this before.: I want the old website back, and the bugs fixed.

My actual, physical nook still works as fine as it ever has. Have they said anything about fixing it yet? Then this. But I suspect it may not be an accident. Although it would make more sense if Microsoft was was still a part owner of their eReader division. Without a Web interface it forces computer users to have Windows 8 or 10 and have the Nook App. Everything on Amazons is well supported and works great. Amazon is light-years ahead of everyone else in usability. I have a Nook that works fine, however I am not allowed to use it at work.

Keep in mind, my shifts last hours. Last edited by Toastytoes; at It downloaded fine even last month. When I saw this thread, I tried to download a Nook book and - yup, I'm seeing the same message! So this is very new.

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I know my credit card is good - checked that. I had Nook Study before. I found it a bit of a pain at times, but I may try it again. Or, I may try uninstalling Nook for PC and re-installing, and see if that fixes the problem. Still working okay here so far with Nook for PC 2. Did you have any issue finding where the Nook app stores the books?

It can be tricky to find them. All times are GMT The time now is Mark Forums Read. Nook for PC does not work any more. User Name.

Remember Me? News Want to discuss or learn more about Nook rooting , hacking and customization? Page 1 of 3. Thread Tools. Sep Device: Nook for PC does not work any more Today,when i tried to download Nook books via my Nook for pc old version, not windows nook app , I get the error message as below "We are experiencing technical difficulties at this time--please try again later.

Find More Posts by Iris-maybe. Fbone Is that a sandwich? Jun Device: Try Nookstudy. Find More Posts by Fbone.If you wanted to be the know it all you seem to want to be, fine. As someone who gets a fairly large number of free and sale books, I have a large nook library.

I run everything from the desktop, and from what I could figure out, Nook was the only software I have installed that I had to run from the new tile interface. Why change something that was working???? Although I personally own a Kindle, I would actually prefer to use a physical button for page turning—but ultimately, it comes down to your personal preference. You are the champion peacock and I bow down to your magnificenc.

You can download the app here:. Then click on "Sign in" to login your Nook library. Ben Wilinski What an odd way to self-accredit your post.

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