3 Replies Latest reply on Jun 10, 2015 2:48 AM by lindab8662605

    What am I not doing?

    lindab8662605

      I have ADE on both the Mac and the iPad but I have not yet been able to transfer ADE books from the Mac to the iPad.

        • 1. Re: What am I not doing?
          shreya Adobe Employee

          Download "Adobe Digital Editions" from App store.

           

           

          For transferring books to ipad, you can try either of two things:

           

           

          - Email your book and download it on your ipad, only make sure authorization credentials is same on your ipad

           

           

          or

           

           

          -Connect your ipad to your machine

          -Open itunes

          -Select ipad.

          -Select Apps

          -Scroll below to File Sharing

          -Then select ADE

          -Click on Add and select the file that you want to transfer

           

           

          now, open ADE app on ipad, tap on leftmost button (3 line), and select refresh.

           

           

          Your book will appear in ADE on ipad.

          only make sure authorization credentials is same on your ipad

          • 2. Re: What am I not doing?
            lindab8662605 Level 1

            Thank you shreya. I shall try it tomorrow and keep you posted.

             

            Linda

            • 3. Re: What am I not doing?
              lindab8662605 Level 1

              Hello

               

              I have tried this morning and still couldn’t get the Mac and the iPad to speak to each other.

               

              You mention that the authorisation credentials being the same and I checked that thy had the same email address and password. However when I looked under Help - Authorisation Information it gives a previous email address (which I do still have open) and says this is the default account.

               

              I haven’t yet worked out how to get round it. I would happily erase the default but don’t know how.

               

              Linda