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Mar 29

How to Add Local Medias(video, music, photo, book) to Nook HD Tablet?


Wanna transfer & add local videos, tv shows, music, photos, ebooks to your Nook HD/HD+ tablet? The following simple Nook HD file transfer tutorial will share with you…

You can transfer files, including EPUB files (ebooks), Microsoft files, photos, movies, TV shows and music files from your PC/Mac HDD to Nook HD tablet. Transferring files this way sometimes called “sideloading”.

Nook HD/Nook HD+ Tablet Supported File Formats:

  • Music formats: MP4, M4A, 3GP, AAC, MP3, FLAC, WAV, OGG, AMR
  • Video formats: MP4, 3GP, WEBM
  • Picture formats: JPEG, GIF, PNG, BMP


Nook HD File Transferring Tutorial: How to transfer local files to NOOK HD/HD+ Tablet?

To transfer Apps, Books, Music, Videos, Newsstand, Audiobooks, Photos, or Docs libraries to your Nook HD or HD+ tablet, process as follows:

1. Using the custom microUSB cable provided with your Nook tablet, connect your Nook HD/HD+ to your PC/Mac computer.

2. When you connect Nook tablet 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 don’t need to install a special drive to transfer files to your Nook tablet.

3. When you connect Nook tablet to a Mac, your Nook will appear as a new disk drive on your computer desktop. Drag the file you want to transfer onto the “MyNook” drive.

4. Open the “MyNook” drive and you’ll see several folders. Move your personal files in the My Files folder. Within the folder, you can sort files into these folders:

  • Books
  • Documents
  • Magazines
  • Music
  • Newspapers
  • Photos
  • Videos
  • Wallpapers


Put your media contents in their proper folders. When you have finished arranging files, eject the “MyNook” drive on your PC/Mac and disconnect the microUSB cable.

In most cases, it doesn’t matter where you place a particular type of file because the NOOK Tablet will sort it out for you. Files in picture format will appear in the gallery; videos will appear in the video player. But it does make your NOOK Tablet nicely organized.

And one more thing: You can create your own folder on the tablet, using the Make Folder (or equivalent) command on your computer, and use it to store files of your choice.

Tips to Get Your Video Files Fit for Nook HD/HD+ Playback

1. If your movie isn’t already in one of the Nook tablet supported formats or it’s still on a DVD or a Blu-ray, you can get the Nook HD Video Converter Ultimate tool or its equivalent Mac version entitled iMedia Converter Mac to get your movie library ready for your Nook HD/HD+ tablet.



2. Don’t put copy-protected contents onto your Nook. Movies downloaded or purchased from iTunes, Amazon, BBC iPlayer, Blockbuster, wbdigitalcopy, Napster or Digital Copies from Blu-ray/DVD discs are restricted with DRM. To get the Nook tablet to play these DRM protected files, get yourself a DRM removal tool first.



3. The best settings for converting 1080p HD videos to Nook HD/HD+ depends.




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