Forum Question: iPod Books Transfer

In case my iPod touch gets full, is there a way to transfer the ebooks stored on my iPod Touch to my computer so that I don’t have to purchase the books again?

— Richard DePaemelere

Comments: 4 Responses to “iPod Books Transfer”

    3/11/10 @ 12:42 am

    Do you mean you purchased the audio books directly from iTunes on your iPod Touch? Otherwise, you would have a copy of the file on your Mac/PC in iTunes. If so, then you should still get a copy of anything you purchase when you sync with iTunes on your computer. So check to see if you already have it there.
    The idea would be to keep copies of everything you buy on your computer, and only some of songs/audio books that your iPod Touch.

      Richard DePaemelere
      3/12/10 @ 4:26 pm

      Thanks for taking the time to answer this question. These were eBooks that were purchased with eReader or Iceberg reader. I might want to read some of them again but when the iPod gets full I’d either have to erase them from the iPod or transfer them to the computer so I could reload them for a reread at a later date. It seems my books do not appear in the Library of iTunes. Thanks.

    Laurie
    7/28/11 @ 10:21 am

    how do I transfer books purchased using the sony ereader library to itunes or my ipad without being told the format is wrong?

      7/28/11 @ 10:38 am

      I don’t think you can. I believe that when you purchase them through that proprietary device, they can only be used on that device. The same is true of the Nook and Kindle — but there are Nook and Kindle apps for the iPad. So you can run those apps and get your content inside those apps. Is there a Sony eReader app for the iPad?

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