eBook Installation Help

Thank you for purchasing the 2020 CDI Pocket Guide (eBook format)

The download links from your purchase will be in your confirmation email, one .ePub file and one .mobi file. To open your eBook please follow the instructions below for your specific device:

iPhone/iPAD (.ePub file):

From Computer to iPAD

Make sure the free iBooks app is on your iPad.
Open iTunes on your computer.
Find the .ePub file on your computer.
Drag and drop the .ePub file onto your Library in iTunes on your computer.
Connect your iPad to your computer.
Check under the “Books” tab in iTunes to be sure this .ePub is selected for syncing
Then sync.
The .ePub document is added to your iBooks collection inside the iBooks app.
From now on, you can open the .ePub document from the iBooks app on your iPad.

Directly on the iPAD (recommended)

Make sure the free iBooks app is on your iPad.
Follow the link from Safari to reach the. ePub document.
Select “Open in iBooks” on the iPad.
The eBook will open and be added to your iBooks collection.
From now on, you can open the .ePub document from the iBooks app on your iPad.

Android Device (.ePub file)

Using ReadEra - book reader (recommended)

Download the ReadEra book reader from the Google Play Store HERE
Open ReadEra book reader app to auto-detect your ,ePub file
Start reading

The Kindle

To add a .mobi file to your Kindle device, follow these steps:

Connect your Kindle to your computer.
Copy the .mobi file from your computer to the Documents directory on your Kindle (the Kindle connects to your computer as if it were a USB flash drive).
Properly disconnect the Kindle from your computer (i.e., eject the device).

Kindle for the Desktop

To add a .mobi file to your Kindle desktop software library, follow these steps:

Copy or move the .mobi file to the appropriate Kindle directory on your hard drive.
Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10: The Kindle directory is called My Kindle Content and is located in the My Documents folder.
If I'm not mistaken, the Kindle app downloaded in the Windows 8 App Store stores the files in a completely different directory. If you can't find the My Kindle Content folder, try looking for this folder: C:UsersAppDataLocalAmazonKindleapplicationcontent.
Mac OS X: The Kindle Content directory is located in your Documents directory.
It looks like the more recent versions of the Kindle App for Mac OS X puts the book files in a different location. If that is the case with your version, try looking for this directory: ~/Library/Containers/com.amazon.Kindle/Data/Library/Application Support/Kindle/My Kindle Content.
Launch the Kindle desktop application.

Kindle for the iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch

To add a .mobi file to your Kindle app for the iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch (iOS Device), follow these steps:

Connect your iOS Device to your computer.
Launch iTunes, if it doesn't automatically launch.
Click on your iOS Device on the left sidebar.
Click the Apps tab at the top of the iTunes window.
Scroll down to the File Sharing section on the Apps tab.
Click on Kindle in the Apps list.
Click the "Add..." button just below the Documents list to the right.
Navigate to the .mobi file you wish to add to the Kindle app and click the Choose button.
Sync your iOS Device.
Disconnect your iOS Device from your computer.
Launch the Kindle app on your iOS Device.

Kindle for Android

To add a .mobi file to your Kindle app for Android, follow these steps:

Connect your Android device to your computer via USB cable (there are many different ways to connect your Android device (e.g., FTP, file-sharing app), which accomplish the same thing as connecting your device via USB cable).
If prompted, choose the option to "Mount as disk drive" on your Android device.
Navigate to the sdcard directory on your Android device—which should now show up as a disk drive on your computer—if it doesn't mount to that directory automatically.
Copy your .mobi file to the kindle directory located on the SD card of your Android device.
Disconnect your Android device from your computer.
Launch the Kindle app on your Android device.
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