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If you love to read, Kindle must be your all-time favorite app. The perfect place to read unlimited books whenever and wherever you want. However, this is only possible if you can access your Kindle books from all your gadgets.
That's because while you are lying on your bed, you might want to read on the big screen of your tablet or laptop. While traveling, your smartphone is the perfect way to steal a few minutes of reading. However, when you have a few minutes spare during your lunch break, you might want to read a book on your desktop.
All in all, it is good to have your Kindle books synched on all your devices so you can read whenever you get the time.
Here if you are wondering, can I transfer Kindle books to another device? Then, the answer is yes. There you have many options to transfer your Kindle books to another device.
This post will walk you through the three simplest options to transfer your Kindle books to your other devices.
|Workable Solutions||Step-by-step Troubleshooting|
|Transfer a Kindle App from PC to PC||On the source PC, select "PC to PC" on the main screen of EaseUS Todo PCTrans...Full steps|
|Transfer Books From One Kindle to Another||Log in to both your Kindle devices using the same Amazon account...Full steps|
|Transfer Books from Computer to Kindle||Connect your Kindle to your computer using the USB cable...Full steps|
If you read Kindle books on your Windows PC and you have recently updated your PC, you must be worried about how to transfer all your Kindle books to a new computer?
Here if you simply reinstall the Kindle app on your new Windows PC, there's a chance that you might lose some of your books or personal settings in the way.
So, what's the solution?
EaseUS Todo PCTrans is the perfect solution here. This free migration software can move data, applications, and account settings between your Windows with ease. Using the Todo PCTrans, you can effortlessly transfer the Kindle app to your new computer without losing data.
It has a great feature called Product Key that can quickly transfer app files from one PC to PC. Without any reinstalling hassle, you can transfer Kindle app data with this software.
Using this software, you can pretty easily transfer Kindle books to another PC, such as:
Step 1. Run EaseUS Todo PCTrans on both PCs
On the source PC, select "PC to PC" on the main screen of EaseUS Todo PCTrans and move on.
Step 2. Choose transfer direction - Old or New Computer
"New" - Transfer all data from remote old computer to current new computer.
"Old" - Transfer all data from current old device to a new computer.
Step 3. Connect two computers
1. Select your target PC to connect via its IP address or device name and click "Connect".
2. Enter the login password of your target PC and click "OK" to confirm.
If you didn't see the target PC in the listed devices, you can also click "Add PC" to manually connect the target PC by inputting its IP address or device name.
Step 4. Select apps, programs, and software and transfer to the target computer
1. You can select and choose what you want to transfer from the current computer to the target PC.
2. After selecting desired applications and programs, click "Transfer" to start the transferring process.
What Else Can EaseUS Todo PCTrans Offer?
Besides transferring Kindle books, EaseUS Todo PCTrans can offer many other features:
- It can transfer files, apps, and account settings from an old OS to new Windows.
- Optimize C drive cleaner and Windows 11 performance.
- Offers three data transfer modes — Network Connection, Transfer Locally, and Image Files.
- You can recover data from a non-bootable or dead PC with a click.
- EaseUS Todo PCTrans not only can recover your files and programs but can also migrate all your settings to a new PC.
- Without any technical jargon, you can transfer, restore and manage data with the tool.
- EaseUs offers free technical assistance 24*7 to help you transfer data.
If you have upgraded your Kindle or have two Kindle devices, you can use a desktop internet browser to transfer all your books.
To do so, you simply have to follow these easy steps:
Step 1. First of all, you have to log in to both your Kindle devices using the same Amazon account.
Step 2. Type www.amazon.com into your web browser and go to the Amazon website. Here you have to log in using the same account from which you want to transfer books.
Step 3. Open your account menu by hovering over your name on the upper-right corner of your screen.
Step 4. Click on the 'Your Content and Devices' option on the menu. It will unveil all the books and other content listed on your account.
Step 5. Now, select the book you want to transfer and check the box next to the item you wish to transfer to another Kindle.
Step 6. Click on the Deliver button at the top of your books list, and then a new popup window will open.
Step 7. Click on the Devices Selected tab, and all your Amazon devices will appear in the dropdown menu.
Step 8. Choose the Kindle device to which you want to transfer your books. Check the box next to your Kindle device's name.
Step 9. Finally, click on the Deliver button again, and this will transfer all your selected Kindle books to another device.
Here if you want to transfer data another way around - from computer to Kindle, via USB, you can easily do that as well. It is a far faster and easier method than emailing your books or files to Kindle.
This method works on Windows PC above 2000 and MacOSX 10.2 or later. Here are the few steps to transfer books from computer to Kindle via USB:
Step 1. Foremost, connect your Kindle to your computer using the USB cable. Your computer will recognize your Kindle automatically when it's plugged in. However, if your computer won't recognize your Kindle, go to This PC on Windows and Finder on Mac to locate your Kindle as a drive.
Step 2. Double-click on the Kindle drives to open it.
Step 3. Open a new window and go to the files that you want to transfer. You can also simply drag and drop files to the computer's hard drive.
For ebooks, you have to place the file in the Documents folder on the Kindle. If you put files in the root drive, it won't appear on the Kindle Home Screen.
Step 4. Now, you have to safely eject your Kindle from your computer.
- On Windows 8 or above: Right-click on the Kindle drive > select the Eject option.
- Older Windows: Start menu > Computer > right-click on the Kindle drive > Eject.
- On Mac: Control-click on the Kindle device icon > select the Eject button.
Today, you can easily transfer your Kindle books to another device and read at your convenience. Be it your computer or other Kindle devices; you now know all the easy ways to transfer books and other content.
Here if you are a Windows PC user, EaseUS Todo PCTrans is the best solution for you. The software can transfer all your Kindle books and other account settings without reinstalling hassle. On top of all, it is a free tool that you can quickly download online.
So, peeps, we wish you happy reading whenever and wherever you want!
About the Author
Tracy joined in EaseUS in 2013 and has been working with EaseUS content team for over 10 years. Being enthusiastic in computing and technology, she writes tech how-to articles and share technical solutions to resolve Windows & Mac data recovery, data backup, partition management, data transfer, Windows update issues, etc.
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