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Old 10-29-2011, 09:48 AM   #10
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Originally Posted by GoSharks View Post
De-registering does not remove content of any kind....As Blossom said, do a factory reset or manually delete as kennyc describes.
Sorry for the misinformation and thanks for the correction.

I had read elsewhere that de-registering removed the DRMd ebooks, but never tried it. I just tried it and all the ebooks were still there.

However, you can delete files from the documents folder using your PC. If you are going to remove a lot of ebooks it is much faster using the PC than using the manual method, one at a time. I have tried this method - I use all the time.

Regards - John

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