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Does anyone else have this issue?

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Offline Swisstony
11 Jun 2016, 03:12 PM | Post: #11

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George you are a Hero! My Wife (Who hates having to use my Kindle Touch) sends you a Virtual Hug! Thanks
I Downloaded Calibre Ebook Manager, I then found a post about removing the DRM and had to Download "Apprentice Alf’s DRM Removal Tools for eBooks" and also Kindle for PC, and then followed the instructions and BOOYAH! I can now buy books, download them to my Kindle Touch, upload them to my PC (Kindle for PC) and then upload them to my Wife's Kindle.

Thanks again George, you have saved my marriage!! Clapping hands

PS I do realise that removing the DRM isn't exactly politically correct, however, this is part of the instructions:
  • If you are a decent human being, I trust that you will not distribute the content you de-DRM. If you do this, you don’t hurt just Amazon, but the individual author who wrote the book you’re sharing with others. That’s just not fair, so please don’t do  it.

I wholeheartedly agree, and if not for the fact Kindle cannot fix the firmware issue, I wouldn't have needed to use the tool,Kindle Sad
Offline voodoo666
21 Jun 2019, 06:22 PM | Post: #12

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RE: Does anyone else have this issue?

(13 May 2016 04:00 PM)Swisstony Wrote: Wrote:  Sorry, still ongoing. There appears to be no more help forthcoming, however, a technician suggested I try a Factory reset........ShockedAngryScrewloose
How do I do the factory reset  ???