I am having a similar issue with my kobo. I have downloaded the book to ADE on my mac, transfer it to my kobo and then I get the following error:
-This document is protected by Adobe Digital Rights Management and is not currently authorized for use with your Adobe ID Please sign-in with the authorized Adobe ID and try again.-
I have unistalled ADE, reinstalled ADE, authorized my Mac and kobo, and I still have the same error.
Please help me with this issue.
I solved my problem this weekend. This is what I did:
I unauthorized my Kobo and my ADE.
I uninstalled ADE
I re-installed ADE 4.5.2 (the newest one if I got the numbers wrong)
I re-authorized my PC and my Kobo
The problem is I did this about 10 times spread over 3-4 days unsuccessfully. The last time I did it, It worked.
The only thing I can think of that I did differently is that the time before last, I tried downloading version 3.0 as suggested on other emails. This did not work for my computer. So I went back to 4.5.2. And the last time it worked.
I hope this helps you solve your problem.
I also forgot that I downloaded a completely new book. Not sure if that was the magic action.
I tried these steps and it did not work. Everything is authorized with the same ID and it's still getting the same error.
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I was having the same problem. I could down load from public library onto my computer into Digital Editions 4.5. When I copied the book onto my ereader it would be there - but blacked out. I would also get the "Ooops" error when trying to open.
I uninstalled 4.5 and reinstalled Digital Editions 3.0. I then used "control / shift / D" to reset my authorization.
I reloaded a book onto my computer and on to my ereader. My Kobo asked to reauthorize and all good. Book showed up fine. I thought I had it figured. Last night I had the same problem reoccur when trying to down load onto ereader . Not sure what is going on but when I tried a second time, I opened the book when it was on my computer before moving to my ereader. To my amazement it worked. Seems like the transfer is not very stable.
Same issues with Nook Glowlight plus. Was using ADE 4.5 and would constantly get errors when trying to open in the e-reader "This title has already been returned", or similar error. Downgraded to ADE 3.0 and first 6 e-books I downloaded from New York Public Library worked fine. Thought I had problem fixed, just Adobe 4.5 not working with certain readers. Now, last 4 library downloads had issues, all with similar errors. Constantly deleting and reloading helped first 3 but last 1 not working. I wish someone from adobe would fix this problem because it clearly is their software and not the devices.
I'm having a similar issue with ADE and my nook. As of two days ago, I successfully checked out, downloaded, and transferred epubs, but today I am getting the message "loan token update failed" on every epub that I try to open. I have deauthorized and reauthorized Adobe Digital Editions, uninstalled and reinstalled several versions of ADE, created a new user for ADE, and erased & deregistered then registered my Nook. Meanwhile, books that I purchased open fine.
It seems like it's an ADE problem. I can't find anything online to help other than everything that I've already done.
Does anyone from Adobe ever check these boards and reply? If so, maybe they can help us all out.
Ever since I updated to Windows 10 I have been having problems and I have had to reinstall ADE twice but now I get an error activation message even though I seem to be activated. There must be another way if this system isn't working???
I discovered that updating ADE has chosen my computer email (an outlook address) as my authorization. However, my adobe authorization in under my email account at work. Once I unauthorized the ADE with the help tap and re-authorized with my adobe account, it no longer had an error message and I could download books from the library again.