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Amazon and Apple have their own DRM schemes and you won't be able to create an ereader that opens books from their stores. But most others use Adobe DRM, and you can license Adobe's Reader Mobile SDK to do this. ARMSDK is very expensive (when I was involved with a related project many years ago, it was many thousands of dollars a year for a license), and it ...


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It's difficult to answer this in a format that's useful for Stack Exchange since it usually turns into a long comment thread of "Have you tried this?" so I'll try a more generic answer. The sequence I follow when trying to debug things like these is to systematically swap out things to see what could affect it. You have already swapped the operating system ...


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there should be an "x" ico next to each bookmark URL, and when pressed, a box should pop up and ask you if you would like to delete the bookmark. Simply press yes if you do and no to exit.


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You must be absolutely sure that your USB cable supports the data connections. Many cheap cables do not, and can be used for charging only. Thus I mark all my USB cables which support data with "data" on them. Your other options is to go and buy a USB cable that is made specifically for data and make sure that works before looking for other problems. Don'...


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You need to download it to your pc. Kobo does not seem to have a Web viewer unlike amazon. The easiest way is to get the kobo app from the kobo site from the apps and ereaders menu.


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If you will only be using PDF files, then either the Sony DPT-RP1 or the smaller Sony DPT-CP1 will allow you to add notes and highlight directly on the PDF file itself. You can then transfer the modified file to your computer and share it however you want. Those readers will even allow you to take any type of handwritten notes. However, the only way these ...


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Ever since the time I originally asked this question, I have bought both a Sony DPT-RP1 and an old Kindle DX. The DPT-RP1 is really excellent. Thanks to its screen size, almost any conventional PDF book or article are perfectly readable. But this has little to do with the answer. In fact I more recently bought an old Kindle DX because it was cheap and I ...


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