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Can you share books downloaded on between 2 different kindle fires?

asked May 15 '12 at 10:56

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Yes you can!

There's 2 ways to go about it. The first way is Amazon's lending library. Login to your Amazon account and then you can "lend" out purchased books to another person. The borrowing period lasts 2 weeks, and during this time you will be unable to read the book until your friend returns it.

The other way is the way Amazon doesn't like. Connect your Kindle to the computer via USB and extract the book files and save them to the computer. You may have to use a program like Calibre to convert them to epub so that they are not locked to your specific Kindle.


answered May 27 '12 at 09:38

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