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You sound confused!
First, there is a difference between Adobe Reader and Adobe Digital
Editions. So, we need to make sure which one we're talking about.
Next, you say you're trying to install Bluefire Reader on your iPhone.
That's not something that the Digital Editions forum would be discussing.
Then, you say that you're getting a message concerning your Adobe ID,
apparently from your iPhone.
There's a lot of connecting information missing.
I'd like to try to put a stake in the ground, so we can discuss your
questions in some context. First, iPhones are not supported by Digital
Editions. You can see a list of supported devices in the Digital Editions
Help files on your computer. If you're planning to read ebooks and other
materials on your iPhone, you'll need to use software that will work on it -
and Bluefire reader may or may not, depending on the type of iPhone you
have. We're not going to be much help there, as this forum deals with
Have you tried to install either Adobe product on your iPhone - and perhaps
tried it several times? That's the only think I can think of that would be
prompting you about your Adobe ID....
Thank you for your help. Sorry for confusion.
I was trying to authorize Bluefire reader app on my iPhone which also uses Adobe DRM to authorize eBooks. I posted it here, because my issue is related to authorization issue and Adobe Digital Editions(like Bluefire reader) uses Adobe DRM to authorize eBooks. BTW, I contacted Adobe Technical support again today and was able to reset my authorization count successfully. My issue is resolved.