Loading books with Adobe Digital Editions on your nook or nookColor

We've had a lot of questions on how to load books on the nook from other bookstores. Do you need an Adobe ID first? Can you do it from multiple computers? Should you manually transfer the books to the nook or nookColor?

While you can use the nook application on a Samsung Galaxy Tab or an iPhone only the nook or nookColor device will allow you to use ADE to transfer DRM protected ePubs to them!

Kobo has over 2 million ebooks to choose from!

I think the ability to load non-B&N content on the nook is the #1 feature for me. ADE is the closest thing to a standard in this world of copy-protection and it seems to give e-reader owners the most flexibility.

Using Adobe Digital Editions is the key to using non-B&N purchased content on your nook. It's quite easy to setup and get books on your nook (Works on any nook device, 3G, simple touch, nook color, nook tablet). This video takes you through the configuration, book download, and transferring process.

I've put together a short video that details the exact process to configure ADE and load a book from Overdrive or Kobo onto the nook. I hope you find it useful!  

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Still Stuck?

Please post ADE troubleshooting questions in the nookTalk Forum. 

Getting errors like "user not activated" or nook not appearing? FIND the ANSWERS our ADE Troubleshooting Guide!

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