I am having the same issues on both an iPad and iPod Touch. I've tried multiple solutions including resetting the password and making a new AdobeID account. After chatting online with Adobe I found I still had enough activations left but it is still not working correctly.
I'm just reading the app reviews at the App Store. It looks like no one has been able to access this app due to the Adobe authorization not being accepted.
Lessee..... Apps from SONY on their website. SONY software running on
Apple devices (which are not supported by ADE and Adobe). Problems with
access to the above apps....
Why do you think this is an Adobe issue?
Well, my original question actually WAS an Adobe issue.
And then it kind of morphed into something else...
My feedback was to let Jizda know that creating another Adobe ID will not help.
See post #6. Adobe server issue.
Back to original question: Is it possible to request more than 6 (in case I am over my allowed #)? Or will I have to create a new account?
Try again, it's working now.
What's happening isn't really an Adobe issue. It's a SONY Reader Store
SONY is trying to do an access to the Adobe server to make sure that you've
registered with Adobe. They're doing this to permit their programming to
utilize the industry standard Digital Rights Management (DRM) modules in
Adobe Content Server Manager.
Apparently, SONY's programming is faulty. There's nothing that Adobe can
do about that. And it will take time to sort out the programming.
A personal observation: SONY may find out that this isn't really the way to
go, because Apple implemented DRM differently than the Windows world did.
So, when you get the ebook to your i-whatever, it may - or may not - work!
I have no way of finding that out.
You can avoid this impasse by downloading the ebook(s) from the SONY Reader
Store to your Windows PC or Mac, and then transfer them to your i-whatever
via iTunes. That approach has worked for some time now. I realize that a
direct transfer would be 'better', but if the mechanics are loused up for
now, at least you have an alternative.