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Old 04-27-2013, 10:44 PM   #564
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Originally Posted by DNSB View Post
I tried and ADE won't add the book to it's library much less allow me to sideload it to the Kobo. I suspect neither understands the variant on Adobe's DRM scheme used by B&N.

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David
I can add B&N ePub's to ADE and open them (after entering name & CC# to decode), but it was my understanding that Adobe was going to do something so that if you then transferred the book to a device using an Adobe ID it would work. Don't remember where I read that except it was in a thread here, but regardless it doesn't do that.
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