I discovered after a Mac OS X update that my very old Nook e-reader app for Mac OS X no longer works – and that Nook discontinued the app for PC and Mac desktops in 2013. Barnes and Noble says we should use their cloud-based/web-based app from a browser (presumably this means we must have an Internet connection in order to read?) Problem 1 – Barnesandnoble.com Inaccessible Unfortunately, an attempt to access the Barnes and Noble web site returns This page is unavailable due to either geographic restrictions or other restrictions in place at this time. NOTE: other restrictions can be a result of our security platform detecting potential malicious activity. Please try again later as the restrictions may be lifted, or contact your service provider if the issue persists.
Ever since I installed Mountain Lion a few days ago, suddenly my Nook software for Mac isn't working. It will open up, but it stops at the gray background with Nook logo. I have not gotten Overdrive to work with ADE on my MacBook, but I have only had the Mac since Saturday, and this is my first Mac. ADE seems to be working, it loaded and I was able to import all the e-books I migrated from my PC.
ID: 181080074 As best I can tell, this means Barnes and Noble has blocked our IP address for unknown reasons. Their recommended solution is to reboot our Internet access modem and/or attempt to request a new IP address.
This is absurd. Our IP address works fine for accessing all other web sites. Problem 2 – No Nook E-Reader app available – Work Around If Barnes and Noble e-books can no longer be read on a PC or Mac, what can we do?
One solution is to install an Android emulator, and then install the Android B&N e-reader app in the emulated Android. An emulator is basically a simulator – it simulates and Android device but its really just software running on a PC or a Mac. I installed the Android emulator app on my Macbook. After dealing with odd user interface issues, I went into the Google folder and opened Google Play, and then downloaded and installed the Nook e-reader app for Android.
I ran that and was able to synchronize my library of purchased e-books and can now read them using the Nook app for Android running in an emulator on my Macbook. The emulator seems to be a bit hard on the battery – may want to use this solution when you can plug in the notebook computer to AC. I had the same IP address when I synchronized the Nook library, pointing to something very weird (and possibly very stupid) in Barnes and Noble’s web site operation.
Nook is the software version of the eBook reader from Barnes and Noble. Features: • Access your NOOK Book library from the convenience of your Mac • Shop more than 2 million titles from hot new releases to best sellers • Automatically sync your last page, bookmarks, and notes to other devices • Organize your library and favorite books with our shelves feature • Add notes, highlights, and bookmarks as you read • Exclusive LendMe technology lets you share with your NOOK Friends • What's New in Nook.
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