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Old 09-07-2012, 02:15 AM   #12
Bookworm_Girl
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But, it is supported. The compatability list is regarding Adobe ebook DRM. It says the books may be downloaded via the device (that's how the T1 works) OR by a USB connection with ADE desktop software (how older Sony models work on PCs but not Macs). The issue is that ADE does not recognize the T1 as a connected USB device to transfer books using the ADE software. No big deal to me. There are better options for library management like calibre. Or, download Adobe DRM books to your ADE library and then drag and drop them to your T1/T2 using Mac Finder / Windows Explorer. Or, use the Sony software. Or, simply take advantage of the wireless capability by purchasing books on the device or download from a storage website like your Dropbox account.
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