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  • Page 2 Content shown may vary from actual available content, which may change without notice. Digital content sold separately. Your use of NOOK is subject to the Terms of Service and Privacy Policy located in the Settings section of your device and here: Contains Reader ®...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Opening a Book ....................................27 Page Layout ..................................... 27 Turning Pages ....................................27 The Reading Tools Menu ................................28 Reading Magazines and Newspapers on Your NOOK ................51 The Library on Your NOOK ........................52 Pull-down Menus ..................................... 53 The Sync Button ....................................54...
  • Page 4 Organizing Your Library on Shelves ............................... 56 Archiving Books and Periodicals ..............................58 Unarchiving Books and Periodicals ..............................58 Transferring Files from Your Personal Computer to Your NOOK ....................59 Using the LendMe Program ........................60 Lending and Borrowing Books ............................... 60 Guidelines for Lending and Borrowing Books ..........................
  • Page 5 Configuring Profiles ..................................85 Configuring the Shop and Managing Gift Cards and Credit Cards ....................91 Viewing Legal Notices ..................................93 Using Your NOOK at Wi-Fi Hotspots ......................94 Wi-Fi Networks in Barnes & Noble Stores ........................... 94 AT&T Wi-Fi Hotspots ..................................94 Unsecured Wi-Fi Networks ................................
  • Page 7: Introduction

    • Store and read files, including PDFs Your NOOK is small enough to hold easily with one hand and to slip into a bag or a purse. When you turn on ® GlowLight on your NOOK, you can read your favorite books and periodicals even in the dark.
  • Page 8 Barnes & Noble NOOK User Guide...
  • Page 9: Power Button

    The front of your NOOK. Power Button The power button for your NOOK is located on the left edge, near the upper left corner. Press and hold the button for 3 seconds to turn on your NOOK. If your NOOK is sleeping, press the power button to wake up your NOOK and turn it on.
  • Page 10 Micro-USB Port Your NOOK features a micro-USB port for charging and for connecting to a personal computer. The micro-USB port is located on the bottom edge of your NOOK, directly below the NOOK Home button. Barnes & Noble NOOK User Guide...
  • Page 11: Your Barnes & Noble Account

    Web. If you don’t have a Barnes & Noble account, you can set one up in a few minutes on the NOOK Web site. Just open a browser on your computer, and visit You’ll also have the opportunity to set up an account during the registration process for your NOOK.
  • Page 12: Registering Your Nook

    Sign in to your account. When you register your NOOK, you link it to your Barnes & Noble account and give it access all the books and periodicals in your Barnes & Noble library. You also make it possible to shop for new books and periodicals on your NOOK.
  • Page 13 You’re ready to read books, magazines, and newspapers, and to shop in the NOOK Store. Tutorial Videos The Barnes & Noble Web site offers tutorial videos and other useful information about your NOOK. To watch the videos on your personal computer, visit
  • Page 14: Power And Charging

    If you are carrying your NOOK without a cover in a bag or purse, you might want to turn off your NOOK to avoid it being accidentally turned on from its “sleeping” state. You also might want to turn off your NOOK simply to con- serve power.
  • Page 15 Insert the large end of the USB cable into a USB port on your personal computer. Plug the NOOK end of the USB cable into your NOOK. If your NOOK was turned off, it will now turn itself on. Barnes & Noble NOOK User Guide...
  • Page 16 NOOK through a USB port. Do not turn off your NOOK while it is charging. NOTE: Once your NOOK has enough power to turn on, you can see how much power remains in the battery by checking the battery charge indicator in the right corner of the Status Bar.
  • Page 17: Safety And Care

    Waterproof IP67 certified. Your NOOK is waterproof in fresh water for up to 30 minutes at a maximum depth of 1 meter (3.28 feet). Avoid immersion in saltwater or other liquids. The USB port must be completely dry before inserting a USB cable to charge your device or connect it to a computer.
  • Page 18: Caring For Your Nook

    Caring for the Touchscreen You should clean the touchscreen on your NOOK from time to time. Clean the screen with a damp soft cloth, such as a micro-fiber cloth. Micro-fiber cloths are available from Barnes & Noble stores and from partner retailers. Do not use any chemicals to clean the screen.
  • Page 19: Unlocking Your Nook

    NOOK’s screen resulting from use of an additional screen protector. Unlocking Your NOOK When your NOOK has been idle, your NOOK goes to “sleep.” Your NOOK displays a screensaver on the screen. It also locks the screen so that accidental touches do not perform actions.
  • Page 20: Using Gestures To Control Your Nook

    Using Gestures to Control Your NOOK Your NOOK puts great reading material right at your fingertips. To read that material, to share it, to rate it, and so on, you’ll use your fingers in different ways. Your NOOK recognizes these different gestures: •...
  • Page 21: Press And Hold

    finger is resting on. For example, if you press and hold on a word in a book, your NOOK opens a menu offering you choices of things you can do with that book: highlight the word, write a note, look the word up in a dictionary, and so on.
  • Page 22: The Nook Navigation Buttons

    The NOOK Navigation Buttons or Nav Buttons are a row of buttons at the bottom of the Home screen that make it easy to move from one area of your NOOK to another. For example, if you want to move from the Library to the Shop, you can simply tap the NOOK Home button to display the Home screen and tap the Shop button to display the Shop screen.
  • Page 23: The Status Bar

    Wi-Fi network. The higher the stack of curves, the stronger the connection. In general, it’s best to have at least 2 or 3 curves showing to have a reliable connection. If no curves are shown, the NOOK is not con- nected to a network.
  • Page 24: Glowlight

    GlowLight Your NOOK includes GlowLight, a built-in light that enables you to read even in dim lighting conditions. Turning GlowLight On or Off and Adjusting Its Brightness You can also turn GlowLight on or off in the Quick Settings window.
  • Page 25: The Home Screen

    If you have not read a book or periodical yet, the New & Recent panel shows the cover of the NOOK User Guide or NOOK Quick Guide. These two guides are automatically included in your Library.
  • Page 26 The picture below shows an example of a details page about a recommended book. The Details page for a book. Returning to the Home Screen You can return to the Home screen at any time by pressing the NOOK button on the lower front of your NOOK. Barnes & Noble NOOK User Guide...
  • Page 27: Reading Books On Your Nook

    Facebook. Your NOOK makes reading books fun. To start reading, simply tap on a book’s cover. The book opens and fills the page. Then you can use the features described in this section to get the most out of your reading experience.
  • Page 28: The Reading Tools Menu

    The Reading Tools appear in a horizontal bar just below the Status Bar. When the Reading Tools appear, your NOOK also displays the GlowLight indicator, the battery status indicator, and a digital clock in the upper right corner of the screen, as shown in the figure below.
  • Page 29 Tapping on any chapter number or title closes the dialog box and moves you to the beginning of that chapter in the book. Barnes & Noble NOOK User Guide...
  • Page 30 To erase all the notes and clear all the highlights, tap the Clear all button. You can control whether or not your NOOK shows highlighted passages and note symbols in the NOOK Book you’re reading. Tap the check box labeled Show Notes & Highlights. Leave the box checked to show Notes & High- lights.
  • Page 31 first page of a chapter). To clear all the bookmarks, tap the Clear all button. To clear an individual bookmark, tap the bookmark to visit its page, and then tap the bookmark ribbon in the upper right corner. Barnes & Noble NOOK User Guide...
  • Page 32 To delete just a single entry in the list, press and hold on the word until a dialog box opens. The dialog box asks you to confirm that you want to delete the word. To proceed, tap OK. Otherwise, tap Cancel. Barnes & Noble NOOK User Guide...
  • Page 33 If these defaults have been defined for the NOOK book you are reading, you will be able to check and uncheck a box labeled Publisher Defaults. You need to uncheck this box in order to make any changes to the text settings.
  • Page 34 Or you can tap in the center of the page to open the Reading Tools, tap the More icon, and tap the Add Bookmark menu choice. In either case, your NOOK displays a black bookmark ribbon in the upper right corner of the page and lists the book- marked page on the Bookmarks tab in Content.
  • Page 35 Type the number of the page you want to move to. Then tap the checkmark button. The page-number dialog box. Once you have moved to the new page, your NOOK automatically closes the page-number dialog box. Barnes & Noble NOOK User Guide...
  • Page 36 (This button shows a magnifying glass.) The Find screen. If the word or phrase you searched for appears in the book, your NOOK displays a list of page numbers and pas- sages. To jump to a passage, tap on it.
  • Page 37 The image below shows an example of search results. Search results within a book. Barnes & Noble NOOK User Guide...
  • Page 38 To jump back to the previous appearance of the search term, tap the left arrow. To start a search for a different word or phrase, tap in the text field. Your NOOK opens a new search screen. Type the word or phrase you want to search for and tap find.
  • Page 39 Tap the More icon ( ) in the upper right corner of the screen. In the pull-down menu, tap View Details. Your NOOK displays a Details page for the book. The More screen. The Details screen presents details about the book you are reading. Use the up and down arrows at the bottom of the screen to scroll to view recommendations for similar books and to read editorial reviews.
  • Page 40 If instead of moving to the new page, you want to jump back to the previous page you had navigated from, tap the Go Back button in the goto dialog box. You can tap the Go Back button repeatedly to through several previous loca- tions. Barnes & Noble NOOK User Guide...
  • Page 41 NOOK application, and your NOOK has access to the Internet through its Wi-Fi connection, then when you open a book or periodical, your NOOK will compare the last page you read on the NOOK to the last page you read on any other device.
  • Page 42 Viewing All Bookmarks in a Book To view a list of all the bookmarks in a book, do this: Tap the center of the page to open the Reading Tools. In the Reading Tools, tap the Contents icon. Barnes & Noble NOOK User Guide...
  • Page 43 In the Contents pane, tap the Bookmarks tab. Your NOOK displays a list of all the bookmarks in the book. To visit any bookmarked passage, tap on its bookmark in the list. To close the bookmark list without visiting a bookmark, tap the Close button in the upper right corner of the Con- tents window.
  • Page 44 To select a word or a passage of text, press and hold on a word and then lift your finger. The word appears highlighted, and two vertical bars will appear on either side of it, defining the start and end of the selected text. A selected word and the Text Selection Toolbar. Barnes & Noble NOOK User Guide...
  • Page 45 Look Up (the A-Z icon) - Displays a dictionary definition of the selected word. If you decide not to take any of these actions, simply tap anywhere on the screen other than in the Text Selection Toolbar to close the Toolbar and continue reading. Barnes & Noble NOOK User Guide...
  • Page 46 A pop-up window appears, presenting a dictionary definition of the word. To close the window, tap the X in the upper right corner. The picture below shows an example of a dictionary definition. A definition from your NOOK’s built-in dictionary. Barnes & Noble NOOK User Guide...
  • Page 47 NOTE: By default, your NOOK displays a note icon next to any passage of text about which you’ve written a note. However, you can configure your NOOK not to display note icons. Tap in the center of the page to display the Reading Tools, tap the Contents icon, tap the Highlights &...
  • Page 48 Facebook account, and click OK on the permission screen. Your NOOK displays a form that lets you post the quote along with a message to your own wall. You can type a message in the message field to accompany the quote.
  • Page 49 Tap the center of the page to make the Reading Tools appear. Tap the Text icon (Aa) in the upper right corner. Your NOOK opens a window displaying font and spacing controls. Tap the controls to select the font, font size, line spacing, and margins you want.
  • Page 50 Your NOOK and the Barnes & Noble website automatically make sure that when you buy and download a NOOK Book, the NOOK Book recognizes you as its legitimate owner and presents its contents for you to read on your NOOK.
  • Page 51: Reading Magazines And Newspapers On Your Nook

    Reading Magazines and Newspapers on Your NOOK Reading magazines and newspapers on your NOOK is similar to reading books. You use the same gestures--tapping and swiping–to turn pages. You have access to the same Reading Tools, such as Contents and GoTo.
  • Page 52: The Library On Your Nook

    The Library on Your NOOK Your library is where you keep everything you want to read on NOOK. In your library, you will find: • Books you have purchased from the NOOK Store • Newsstand magazines and newspaper you have purchased from the NOOK Store •...
  • Page 53: Pull-down Menus

    Pull-down Menus To help you quickly find what you’re looking for, the Library on your NOOK features a couple of pull-down menus that let you select which contents to display and how to display them. The Category Menu The category menu (sometimes called the filter menu) is a pull-down menu in the upper left corner of the Library lets you select the Library contents you want to display.
  • Page 54: The Sync Button

    Tap the search button. Your NOOK displays a list of any items it finds matching the word or phrase you typed. It lists matching items from your Library first. Below that those items, it lists any matching items found in the NOOK Store.
  • Page 55: Viewing And Sorting The Contents Of Your Library

    You can tap on any cover you see to open it. If you tap on a book with a Download banner, your NOOK begins downloading the book. A progress bar on the book’s cover indicates how much of the book has been downloaded. Once the book has fully downloaded, you can open it.
  • Page 56: Organizing Your Library On Shelves

    Tap Save in the upper right corner of the screen. Your NOOK creates the shelf, then displays a list of all the items in your Library. It also displays a number in parentheses, indicating how many items are currently in the shelf. When you first create the shelf, this number is zero.
  • Page 57 To add items to a shelf or to remove items from a shelf, do this: In the Library, tap the Category and select My Shelves, if that category is not already selected. Your NOOK displays all your Shelves. Tap the shelf you want to edit.
  • Page 58: Archiving Books And Periodicals

    To save storage space on your NOOK, you can archive NOOK books and periodicals you’re not currently reading. Archiving keeps a copy of a book in your account on the NOOK Cloud™ at, while removing all but the most basic information about the book (such as its cover, title, author, and description) from your NOOK. You can unarchive a book at any time, so your reading material is not lost.
  • Page 59 “NOOK” on your personal computer. Drag the files you want to transfer onto the “NOOK” drive. NOTE: If you connect your NOOK to a Windows PC, the PC might display a dialog box asking if you want to install a driver for a “Nook.” Click Cancel to close this dialog box. You do not need to install a special driver to transfer files to your NOOK.
  • Page 60: Using The Lendme Program

    With Barnes & Noble’s LendMe technology, you can share lendable NOOK Books with any NOOK Friend or any friend who has a Barnes & Noble account with a valid credit card number. Your NOOK Friend or friend can read the ®...
  • Page 61: Determining Whether A Book Can Be Lent

    Borrowing a Book To borrow a book, visit To find out which of your friends have lendable books, use the Manage my NOOK Friends™ feature on the Social set- tings screen. NOTE: If you’re enjoying a book sample or a book you’ve borrowed, you can purchase the book at any time.
  • Page 62: Shopping On Your Nook

    Tap this field to open a Search tool you can use to search for authors, titles, topics, and other information in the Shop. • Three tabs appear in a row across the top of the Shop. Each tab leads to a different area of the NOOK Store: • BOOKS - opens a window for browsing books •...
  • Page 63: Purchasing Books, Newspapers, And Magazines

    To purchase an item, tap on the button displaying the item’s price. When you tap on a price to buy an item, your NOOK replaces the price button with a button labeled Confirm. Tap this button to confirm that you want to buy the item.
  • Page 64: Browsing Lists And Categories

    The Shop displays a menu showing lists, such as BN Top 100, and categories such as books, magazines, and newspa- pers. Tapping the CATEGORIES link on the Shop home screen displays a list of book categories you can explore. Browsing book categories in the Shop. Barnes & Noble NOOK User Guide...
  • Page 65: Searching For Titles, Authors, Or Topics

    To buy a book, do this: To buy a book, tap on the button displaying a price next to the book’s cover or title. The NOOK Store replaces the price button with a button labeled Confirm. Tap the Confirm button.
  • Page 66: Buying A Single Issue Of A Magazine Or Newspaper

    Tap in the Password field and enter the password for your account. Tap OK. NOTE: You can configure your NOOK to prompt you for a password before you make a purchase. To set up your NOOK to require a password, visit Settings and open the Shop settings page.
  • Page 67: Using Your Wishlist

    Using Your Wishlist Your Wishlist is like a shopping cart on your NOOK. You can add books, magazines, and newspapers to your Wishlist so you can buy them later. NOTE: The Wishlist on your NOOK is separate from the Wishlist on the Web site. Your Wishlist on can include paper books and other items, as well as NOOK books, magazines, and newspapers...
  • Page 68: Using B&n Readouts

    Using B&N Readouts™ B&N Readouts brings the pleasure of bookstore browsing to your NOOK with a daily selection of quick reads cu- rated by Barnes & Noble editors and customized to your interests. Features include: • Scrollable streams of engaging content in popular genres and topics, refreshed daily •...
  • Page 69 Use the up and down arrows at the bottom of the screen to scroll through the selection. At any time, you can exit the selection and return to the previous B&N Readouts stream by tapping B&N Readouts in the upper left corner of the screen. Barnes & Noble NOOK User Guide...
  • Page 70: Buying Books And Sharing Content Through B&n Readouts

    At the end of each B&N Readouts selection, you will find controls for buying and sharing content. These controls are shown below. Features for Buying and Sharing Content Tap the SHOP NOW button to display the Shop page for this item and purchase the content through the NOOK Store. In addition, you can do any of the following: •...
  • Page 71: Changing Topics In B&n Readouts

    B&N Readouts displays a list of topics, such as My Picks, Romance, and Mysteries & Thrillers. The My Picks topics are curated based on your purchases in the NOOK Store and the interests selected on the My Picks configurai- ton screen (explained in the next section) Tap the topic whose B&N Readouts stream you would like to see.
  • Page 72: Customizing The My Picks Stream

    Tap checkboxes to select or unselect the topics you want. When you have finished selecting topics, tap the Save button at the bottom of the screen. B&N Readouts applies your selections to the My Picks stream. Barnes & Noble NOOK User Guide...
  • Page 73: Using Your Nook In A Barnes & Noble Store

    ® When you use your NOOK in a Barnes & Noble store, you have access to all the usual features of your NOOK. In addition, you have special privileges and abilities, including the ability to read most NOOK Books for one hour per day free.
  • Page 74: Searching Your Nook

    Searching Your NOOK Your NOOK includes a search tool to help you quickly find what you’re looking for. To provide you with the most relevant results possible, your NOOK customizes its searching according to what you were doing when you started the search.
  • Page 75: Configuring Your Nook

    The Settings screen. The Settings screen leads to pages for configuring different aspects of your NOOK. When you’re on a page for a spe- cific feature, you can always return to the main Settings screen by tapping the Back arrow on the upper left of a page.
  • Page 76: Configuring Glowlight

    To turn GlowLight off, move the slider knob all the way to the left. When you have finished adjusting the brightness of GlowLight, tap OK. The picture below shows the GlowLight dialog box. The GlowLight settings screen. Barnes & Noble NOOK User Guide...
  • Page 77: Viewing And Configuring Device Info

    • a Battery percentage, showing how much power is left on your battery • a Storage percentage, showing how much free storage is left on your NOOK’s internal storage for books and periodicals you purchase through the NOOK Store •...
  • Page 78 Tap the button labeled Reset NOOK. Your NOOK displays a messaging saying it is deregistering itself. Once your NOOK has deregistered itself, it displays a message saying that it is clearing data. Once data has been cleared off the device, your NOOK reboots itself.
  • Page 79: Configuring Wireless Settings

    If the network is secured, a dialog box appears, asking for a Wireless password. Tap in the password box, then use the keyboard that appears at the bottom of the screen to enter the network’s password. Tap Connect. For a list of network security protocols supported by your NOOK, see “Secured Wi-Fi Networks”. Barnes & Noble NOOK User Guide...
  • Page 80: Configuring Screen Settings

    • Select the screensaver your NOOK displays when it turns off the screen and goes into sleep mode. To display the Screen settings page, tap the word Screen on the main Settings screen. Your NOOK displays the screen shown here: The Screen settings screen.
  • Page 81 The dialog box closes. Your change takes effect right away. Selecting a Screensaver The Screen Saver is the image your NOOK displays after it has been idle for the amount of time you configured as the screen timeout (see above). Your NOOK includes three built-in groups of screensavers: •...
  • Page 82: Configuring Time Settings

    Configuring Time Settings On the Time settings page, you can control whether your NOOK uses a 12-hour clock or a 24-hour clock. You can also select a Time Zone for your NOOK. The Time Settings screen. To return to the main Settings page, tap the back arrow in the upper left corner of the screen.
  • Page 83 When you see the time zone you want to select, tap it. Your NOOK switches its clock to the time zone you select and displays the Time settings screen. To return to the main Settings screen, tap the back arrow in the upper left corner of the screen.
  • Page 84: Displaying Account Settings

    Displaying Account Settings To display the account settings for your NOOK, tap the My Account menu choice on the main Settings screen. The My Account screen lists: • Account email - the email address associated with your account •...
  • Page 85: Configuring Profiles

    It cannot override parental controls. Setting Up an Adult Profile Your NOOK will recognize any new profiles you create, along with any profiles you created in your Barnes & Noble or NOOK account on a NOOK HD, NOOK HD+, or other NOOK Device.
  • Page 86 Tap NEXT in the upper right corner of the screen. Your NOOK displays this message about the legal requirements of creating a child profile. Barnes & Noble will charge the primary profile’s account one penny as part of this process and in return add a children’s book to the library.
  • Page 87 Your NOOK creates the child profile with the permissions you specified. If you have not specified a four-digit passcode or PIN to protect the privacy of your NOOK, you will be asked to do so after you create your first child profile.
  • Page 88 For example, if the primary profile owns a particular NOOK Book and grants another profile access to it, the book will appear in the other profile’s Library with a download icon, indicating that the book is available for download. To read the book, the other profile simply has to touch its cover to download it to the profile’s storage area on your...
  • Page 89 Tap the More icon ( ) next to the profile whose content you want to manage. Your NOOK opens a view of the Library in which each item has a checkbox on its cover. If a checkbox is checked, the profile has permission to access that item.
  • Page 90 NOTE: You cannot delete the primary profile, which is associated with the account used for all pur- chases on your NOOK. Also, a child profile cannot delete an adult profile. NOTE: Deleting a profile does not delete content on your NOOK. It deletes the association of content with a particular profile.
  • Page 91: Configuring The Shop And Managing Gift Cards And Credit Cards

    Configuring the Shop and Managing Gift Cards and Credit Cards To configure your Shop and to manage the credit cards and gift cards you use to make purchases in the NOOK Store, tap Shop & Purchases on the main Settings screen.
  • Page 92 Redeeming an Access Code If you have purchased a NOOK Book or other content in a Barnes & Noble store or received a gift card with an ac- cess code for NOOK content, you can redeem the code on your NOOK. Once you have redeemed the access code, your NOOK downloads the purchased content and adds it to your Library.
  • Page 93: Viewing Legal Notices

    Tap the Clear Browsing History menu choice. Viewing Legal Notices To view legal terms applicable to using your NOOK, such as the Terms of Service for your device and NOOK Store, and the Privacy Policy, tap the Legal menu choice on the Device Info page.
  • Page 94: Using Your Nook At Wi-fi Hotspots

    Wi-Fi Networks in Barnes & Noble Stores Your NOOK will automatically detect a Wi-Fi network in a Barnes & Noble store and ask if you want to connect to it. In-store Wi-Fi connections for NOOK devices are free and include exclusive features such as Read In Store and More In Store.
  • Page 95: Updating The Software On Your Nook

    Installing a Software Update over a Wireless Network When a new software update is available, your NOOK will download it and install it sometime over the course of a couple of weeks after Barnes & Noble releases the update, and while your registered NOOK device is idle and con- nected to a Wi-Fi hotspot.
  • Page 96: Tips And Troubleshooting

    To power off your NOOK, press and hold the power button for 10 seconds. At that point, the device should be turned-off. Wait a few seconds, and then press and hold the power button for about 2 seconds to turn your NOOK back on.
  • Page 97 Turn off your NOOK, and wipe the screen clean with a soft, dry cloth. Pay particular attention to clear out or gently blow out any dust or dirt from the small lip around the edges of the display. Then turn your NOOK back on.
  • Page 98: Appendix A: Page Numbering And File Formats

    Because printed pages can be larger than the screen of your NOOK, and because many printed books use type that is smaller than would be pleasant to read on an eReader, your NOOK may enlarge the type on a page and spread a physical page of text across two or more digital pages.
  • Page 99: Appendix B: International Use And Languages

    NOOK already on your NOOK when travelling anywhere in the world. If you live or travel outside of the United States, be aware of the following points regarding using your NOOK: • Pre-ordering eBooks: You can only pre-order NOOK Books if you have a billing address in the United States.
  • Page 100 Afrikaans, Basque, Catalan, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Hungarian, Icelandic, Indo- nesian, Italian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Romanian, Spanish, Swedish, and Turkish Your NOOK can display eBooks in other languages if the fonts are embedded in the eBook files. Language support in other parts of the , for example in the Library, is variable.
  • Page 101: Appendix C: One Year Limited Warranty

    HOW DO I MAKE A WARRANTY CLAIM OR OTHERWISE ARRANGE FOR THE RETURN OF MY NOOK? To make a warranty claim or arrange for the return of your NOOK pursuant to the NOOK TERMS OF SERVICE, you must contact B&N at one of the following numbers during the Warranty Period: •...
  • Page 102 All returned NOOKs become the property of B&N. Before you send your NOOK to B&N, it is your responsibility to back up any data, software or files stored on your NOOK because B&N will only return your NOOK to you if it is not covered by this Limited Warranty and B&N has not provided an advance replacement.
  • Page 103 NOOK has been opened or serviced without authorization, tampered with, altered or modified. Please note that opening the back cover of your NOOK to change the battery, external SD card or back cover will void this Limited Warranty, except to the extent that such opening is done through a custom- er-accessible opening and in accordance with the instructions provided with the NOOK.
  • Page 104: Appendix D: Trademarks And Copyrights

    AT&T affiliated companies. Dictionary ® Your NOOK includes the Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary, Eleventh Edition, with Geographical and Biographical Information. Merriam-Webster and Collegiate are trademarks of Merriam-Webster, Inc. and are used herein pursuant to license. Copyright © 2009-2011 Merriam-Webster, Inc. All rights reserved.
  • Page 105: Wi-fi

    Wi-Fi Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi Alliance are registered trademarks of the Wi-Fi Alliance. Additional Information Additional copyright, trademark, and other notices may be found in the NOOK Terms of Service and Privacy Policy: Barnes & Noble NOOK User Guide...
  • Page 106: Appendix E: Fcc Notices

    RF Energy under the recommendations of the International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP). The tests are performed in positions and locations as required by the FCC, IC and The Council of the European Union for each model. Barnes & Noble NOOK User Guide...
  • Page 107: Other Information Related To The Radio

    For information on connecting to Wireless networks, see “Using Your NOOK at Wi-Fi Hotspots”. • Your NOOK has a Wi-Fi setting that turns off the radio. Wi-Fi networking should be turned off on airplanes. For more information, see “Airplanes”. •...
  • Page 108: Appendix F: Industry Canada Notice

    (2) l’utilisateur du dispositif doit étre prêt à accepter tout brouillage radioélectrique reçu, même si ce brouillage est susceptible de compromettre le fonctionnement du dispositif. This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003. Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada. Barnes & Noble NOOK User Guide...
  • Page 109: Appendix G: Terms Of Service

    Appendix G: Terms of Service The latest NOOK Terms of Service, NOOK Store Terms of Service, and Privacy Policy are located here: Barnes & Noble NOOK User Guide...
  • Page 110: Appendix H: At&t Terms Of Service & Acceptable Use Policy

    (30) days. Termination or suspension by AT&T of Service also constitutes termination or suspension (as applicable) of Barnes & Noble NOOK User Guide...
  • Page 111 AT&T. AT&T is not responsible for the content of those sites. AT&T is providing these links to you only as a convenience, and the inclusion of any link to such sites does not imply endorsement by AT&T of those sites. Barnes & Noble NOOK User Guide...
  • Page 112 Materials and shall be free to use or disseminate such Materials on an unrestricted basis for any purpose. You acknowledge that you are responsible for the Materials that you submit, and you, not AT&T, have full responsibility for the Materials, including their legality, reliability, appropriateness, originality and copyright. Barnes & Noble NOOK User Guide...
  • Page 113 Unless otherwise explicitly stated, all marketing or promotional materials provided with or through this the Materials or the Service are solely directed to individuals, companies or other entities located in the United States, the United Barnes & Noble NOOK User Guide...
  • Page 114 IP Service. These activities may relate to the content stored or transmitted by Customers or its Users or to the nature of the transmissions themselves such as sending large numbers of unsolicited messages (Spam). Barnes & Noble NOOK User Guide...
  • Page 115 If AT&T discovers that you have renewed Service, or ordered new Service, following termination for an AUP violation without the prior written consent of the AT&T abuse team, Barnes & Noble NOOK User Guide...
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  • Page 118 Internet or any other means of communication; distributing or using tools designed to compromise security, including cracking tools, password guessing programs, packet sniffers or network probing tools (except in the case of authorized legitimate network security operations); Barnes & Noble NOOK User Guide...
  • Page 119 Terms of Service, this AUP or other laws or regulations, and to cooperate with legal authorities and third parties in the investigation of alleged wrongdoing, including disclosing the identity of the user that AT&T deems responsible for the wrongdoing. Barnes & Noble NOOK User Guide...
  • Page 120 Service(s) obtained from AT&T. Failure to responsibly manage the use of the Service(s) obtained from AT&T may be cause for termination of Service(s) to you and, depending upon the terms under which you acquired your Service(s), could lead to the imposition of early termination fees. Barnes & Noble NOOK User Guide...
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    DRM-protected files 50 access codes for NOOK content 92 archiving books or periodicals 57 AT&T Terms of Service & Acceptable Use Policy 110 Facebook linking your NOOK to your Facebook account 84 FCC Notices 106 Barnes & Noble account 11 files battery transferring files to or from a personal computer 59...
  • Page 122 Quick Nav Bar 22 turning your NOOK on and off 14 Reading Tools menu 28 unarchiving books or periodicals 58 redeeming an access code for NOOK content 92 registering your NOOK 12 resetting your NOOK 16 version of software 95...
  • Page 123 101 waterproof safety and care instructions for exposure to water 17 Wi-Fi hotspots 94 Wi-Fi networking connecting to a network 79 turning on or off 79 WishList 66 Barnes & Noble NOOK User Guide...
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