is there a way to transfer a library-borrowed ebook to a "non-authorised" ereader? apparently, when i put ebooks on my somertek eb0700gr, i'm actually copying them, and some publishers do not allow this. another help forum said it should be possible to transfer the book, not copy, thereby ensuring that i've only got one copy of the book, but this is for "authorised" devices only. will the authorised device list be extended anytime? there's lots of brands on it, just not mine.
Short answer: no.
For Adobe DRM books you are allowed to copy them onto between devices authorized with the same ID.
You can have up to 6 devices registered with an ID, and so up to 6 'copies' of the book.
However, some devices do allow reading of eBooks, but do not support DRM ebooks at all; and your device is one of those.
From http://www.amazon.co.uk/SOMERTEK-EB0700-WHITE-BOOK-READER/dp/B00AAWVMEQ "(Does NOT support DRM Protected content)"
It is possible using DRM strippers (eg epubee). Technically against the ts&cs of the book loan.
I've become quite fond of our Sony PRS-350s; which are very neat and nicely made devices and sometimes cost under £30 inc p&p on eBay.
Becuase of bugs in ADE2.0, we use ADE1.7.2 to load Overdrive library books onto them.