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I am presuming that when you say 'the user guide', you're speaking of the
Pandigital ereader. That's fine, but it's not necessarily accurate. You
need to look at the Supported Devices list in ADE's HELP files (F1
key), or CLICK
device is not on the Supported Devices list, which is probably why it does
not interface with ADE.
Thanks for your reply!
It was the pre-loaded user guide on the R80B400 itself. It walks through the entire procedure, from downloading ADE and authorizing to the "drag and drop". It's crazy when you can't even trust the instructions that come with the unit.
I have the same device, ADE doesn't recognize the device. My windows XP can see it fine. Would like to get this working, because the kobo software doesn't show all the words on my super nova.
If you read my response a little earlier in the blog post sequence, you
would know that your ereader is not supported by ADE - regardless of what
the instructions may say. I also included some ideas about what you could
The PanDigital Novel and ADE have always been compatible; however, as PD as a hardware company essentially dissolved earlier this year, it's highly unlikely that you will find support for technical issues outside of forums such as this.
Troubleshooting connectivity issues is fairly straightfoward, but it needs to be reitrated that ADE AND THE PD NOVEL ARE COMPATIBLE.
The same steps used to connect devices such as the non-HD NOOKs, Kobo, Literati, etc. can be effectively used to connect to the PD Novel. This was the case with ADE 1.7.2 and continues on wth ADE 2.0.