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Old 01-03-2011, 02:12 AM   #1
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Join Date: Jan 2011
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Red face Hello! In Need of Literati Help!

Hello everyone and happy new year!

How on earth can I get my Literati to read PDF files? I have figured out how to download them from the library, and to load them onto the Literati, but the device itself does not acknowledge that they even exist.

I purchased a Literati device because I wanted to give e-reading a try, but this thing has been nothing but trouble. The idea was to cut back on my book expenditures by downloading books from the library. Had never done this before, so it did not begin to occur to me that there are so many different formats!

I'll bypass the problem that it is virtually impossible for me to get kobo books downloaded to my device. Or, that it barely holds a charge. Or, that it was supposed to be preloaded with 150 books, and it came with 25.

MY BIG PROBLEM: I have electronically borrowed several books from the library, and downloaded them onto my "Adobe Digital Editions." Then, they were transferred to the device using ADE. But the device cannot read them. I tried to use Calibre to reformat them, but ... it says they are DRM, and cannot be reformatted.

Any help here? I am reading that DRM is the sticky tar of no-access-permitted, but I did read in another thread that someone was able to do it.

Thank you in advance!
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