Question about Apple iPad (16 GB) WiFi Tablet PC
The answers here to this question don't seem to answer the question, as in "When you order another book from Amazon, you can simply fill in where you would like it to go. There is a space that is there to fill out." Lord knows. Anyway, I seem to need to do something on the iPad, but I can't find it in the iPad Kindle UI, which is all local stuff, or in Settings (where there are no settings for Kindle.) Thanks!
Hey, there are three different ways to help you.
1. You can try to access Amazon's "Manage My Kindle" option
2. You can log in to your Amazon account and password via KIndle APP on your iPad
3.You can try leawo Prof. DRM
check this detailed guide
How Do Share Kindle Books on iPad
Posted on Aug 23, 2018
Just go to the Kindle account add one more device you want to add all done. If you have another issue you can ask to the amazon kindle support. Kindle Technical Support Registration 877 690 9305
Posted on Mar 20, 2018
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
In iBooks tap the edit button, select each book you want to remove then tap the delete button (upper left)
Posted on Dec 14, 2013
To reset your iPad, just press the on / off switch (on top of the iPad) and the home button (in the centre on the bottom) simultaneous and wait till the screen goes blank and the apple loge appears. Then you can release both buttons. Wait till the apple logo is gone and 10 seconds later you can switch on the iPad with the on / off button.
That should be enough.
If this does not work like you expect, see what Apple has to say to do a "deeper" (Factory) reset. Be aware you will lose all data. When you do connect the iPad to your computer regularly and you have a backup in iTunes, this is great, because you then can restore everything like it was last time you connected to the computer. Turn your iOS device off and on restart and reset
Posted on Oct 10, 2014
Open a web browser and go to Amazon com Online Shopping for Electronics Apparel Computers Books DVDs... and registering there. You can then associate your Kindle reader on the iPad with your Amazon account from within the settings on the reader app.
Remember that you buy the books on the web and read them in the Kindle App.
Posted on Jan 04, 2015
Here's the best information I have found about it. Please calm down and be patient. There are people here with much more urgent problems than your app-addiction. Have fun, anyway!
Posted on Jul 15, 2015
You can manage your books on your iPad with this iTransfer tool.
Just install it on your computer and plug your iDevice. The tool will scan and show all the media files stored in your iPad. Let's say, if you want to delete books, simply click Books from the LIBRARY menu. Transfer Files among iOS Devices iTunes and PCs with Ease
Posted on Oct 08, 2015
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