Yes, I did all that and evrything was OK. Also checked that wi-fi and 3G/4G
were connecting. I was suspicious that two iOS devices were out but two
desktops were functioning. Time was the great healer after a long time of
puzzlement on my part.
> On 4 Feb 2018, at 15:55, Ronda Brown <ro...@mac.com> wrote:
> Hi Severin,
> Did you try going to Amazon.com <http://amazon.com/>, sign into your account,
> tap on Your Account at the top and from the drop down menu, tap on ‘Manage
> your Content and Devices’.
> That will take you to a list of all of your purchased books.
> Tap on the Select square, then tap on Deliver and select the device on which
> you want to download the selected books.
> Ronni Brown’s iPad Pro 12.9-inch 256GB
> On 2 Feb 2018, at 4:52 pm, Severin Crisp <sevcr...@westnet.com.au
> <mailto:sevcr...@westnet.com.au>> wrote:
>> MAGIC, I believe it was an Amazon problem which they have now fixed. All
>> is well except that that iPad, which I deregistered and then reinstalled, no
>> longer knows which the downloaded books were.
>> I have an older model Kindle and we have Kindle for Mac on two iPads, my
>> iPhone and two desktops. They are all on a single Amazon kindle account so
>> everything is freely shared. This is a very smooth and trouble free system
>> until today. .
>> Today one iPad, on iOS 11.2.5, on opening Kindle for Mac, showed the usual
>> opening screen then flashed to a library display then quit. This just
>> repeats at each attempt. I have checked everything for all devices on the
>> Amazon website and nothing seems amiss. I then find that my iPhone6 is
>> behaving similarly. Both desktops are fine, library etc fine. Because of
>> my mobility problems I have not yet checked the other iPad and the original
>> “real” Kindle but my betting is that the Kindle will be fine and the other
>> iPad will not.
>> In the meantime, I deregistered the iPad and removed the Kindle for Mac app
>> then reinstalled it from the App Store. Now on opening the iPad Kindle I
>> get again the usual opening screen but no request to sign in to Amazon.
>> Has anyone any advice or input to offer please.
>> Severin Crisp
>> Assoc Prof R Severin Crisp, FAIP, FIP, CPhys
>> 15 Thomas St, Mount Clarence, Albany, 6330, Western Australia
>> ph (08) 9842 1950 ( Int'l +61 8 9842 1950)
>> Mob 0484 624 741 mail to: sevcr...@westnet.com.au
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