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Old 12-21-2011, 04:15 PM   #1
Julien Pham
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How to put back books on my Kobo?

Hi,

So I have purchased books through the Kobo book store. I didn't want to keep them on my Kobo so I removed them from the reading list, and deleted them from my Kobo.

How do I put them back on my Kobo? I have created a bookmark for those books on the website so they are again in "my reading" on the kobo website, but when I launch the Kobo software I do not see them.

I would like to put them back on my Kobo in kepub format.

Thanks
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Old 12-21-2011, 04:35 PM   #2
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Ok I found. It seems I had a website issue this is why even if my books appeared to be in the "reading" tab they weren't in fact ^^

I have disconnected and reconnected to the kobo website, did the process again to put my books in "reading" tab and now it works...
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