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[Q] Trouble to import ebooks to aldiko ebook reader

20th February 2014, 10:11 AM |#1  
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I purchased Aldiko pro from the store, but it has trouble to import downloaded ebooks from the store (from my notebook). I transfer the files into my tablet, but when I try to import them, it tells me that my device is not authorized yet.
I did a google research and I found out that I may try to disable the automatic time update but I cant find this option in the date and time settings!
My device is rooted, I dont know what to do.
24th February 2014, 11:06 AM |#2  
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Hopefully I won't get in trouble for suggesting this, because *technically* I wouldn't really consider it pirating because you already own the titles. One thing you could do is download ePub files for those books from an "alternative" location, and import them via the Aldiko file manager. Might be a little more work, but if you can't fix your issue, it's a viable solution.
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