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Old 10-27-2012, 03:30 PM   #14
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Originally Posted by CWatkinsNash View Post
Not true. My Kindle for Android on my tablet was given a kindle email address. My phone was not, and PC installs were not. Apparently it depends on the device type but it is not required to be a kindle device. And it works. I just tested it.
Thanks. But just to be sure we're talking the same thing: Calibre delivers free to your Android_tablet's_name@free.kindle.com, and that works?. I.e., you set up Calibre's Preferences (Sharing books by email) to deliver to that @free.kindle.com address and tested that or something similar?

In that case, I bought a Fire for no good reason. (Unless the restriction I mentioned was previously true and has since been relaxed.)

All your Kindle devices/apps should have an assigned kindle.com e-mail address, which can be found at Amazon: Your Account --> Manage Your Kindle --> Personal Document Settings --> Send-to-Kindle E-mail Settings.
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