Tracey, you need to tell us a bit more about the 'new ereader', so we can
try to figure this out.
For starters, have you checked to make sure that the ereader model is
supported by Adobe Digital Editions? Check HERE
<http://blogs.adobe.com/digitalpublishing/supported-devices>to bring up a
list of those that are supported. From what you've said, it's possible that
Next, you haven't said that you're trying to use Adobe Digital Editions to
manage the downloads, although one might assume that from the fact you've
posted here. But, I know some folks that have downloaded ebooks directly to
their ereaders, skipping ADE altogether.
Then, if you have an ereader that's supported by ADE, have you registered it
with the manufacturer correctly, so ADE 'sees' it and has established
communication with it? It's possible to assume that by reading a lot into
your post, but I'd rather have that part confirmed than assume it's been
And, at the end of the line, ADE supports only a limited number of file
formats, so it's possible that the ebooks you've downloaded won't work when
you transfer them to the ereader.... This one's tricky, because many
ereaders are wedded to their host sites, like the Kindle to Amazon, the Nook
to B&D, the SONY to SONY, and so on. ADE can work with some of them, but
I'm looking forward to hearing more from you!
my ereader is a mebook e702. yes i am using adobe digital editions to manage
my downloads and they are in epub.as for registration didnt know i needed to
as our other 3 down loaded automaticaly.
Tracey, have you checked the supported devices via the link I put in my
reply (HERE <http://blogs.adobe.com/digitalpublishing/supported-devices>)?
I don't see a 'mebook e702' in that list. Which means that the device is
probably not supported. It's pretty common that someone will market a
device and say that it can read ebooks (even giving the file formats it can
read), but not tell you how to do that, and perhaps that's happened here.
You could try to download the ebooks directly to this device and see if that
I can only speculate on the 'other three' you mention because you haven't
told us what kind they are. If they're working with ADE, then they are
supported devices and have been registered and authorized.
thanks 4 your help. my son came home today and has confermed it doesn't
support ade, it will read books directly down loaded, trouble is most
sights go directly to ade if u dont know what u r doing .