Highly unlikely, it's probably purged the moment the successful transmission is acknowledged. In any event, there's no way for you to get to it.Sporadic said:When you email it to the pay email, don't they keep a copy on their server or did I hear wrong?
Calibre adds a fake ASIN number in the metadata to rick the Amazon software into thinking it's a book purchased from their store, and thus keeping track of furthest page read. Calibre will add this automatically when a .mobi file is generated. If you already have a DRM-free mobi file in Calibre, then you have to perform a mobi to mobi conversion to get this to work. Calibre also adds its own page numbers at the same time.ProfCrash said:I think all you have to do is add the ISBN number in Calibre and you will be able to sync the pages.
Hmm. I didn't know could sideload books into the Kindle apps. I'll have to look into that.jmiked said:The book will not be transferred to the Kindle Archive at Amazon. There will be an entry on the Amazon server that contains furthest page read, but you won't see it in the Archives. You have to manually put the book on device on which you wish to read it, and perform a sync.
The only way I know of to do that with iThings is to jailbreak the device. It easy to sideload to the Kindle app on the PC or Mac. Or it used to be.mooshie78 said:Hmm. I didn't know could sideload books into the Kindle apps. I'll have to look into that.
Ah. Useless for me then. I only have one Kindle and I don't want to Jailbreak my iPad2 which I read on sometimes as I carry it around more than I do my Kindle.jmiked said:The only way I know of to do that with iThings is to jailbreak the device. It easy to sideload to the Kindle app on the PC or Mac. Or it used to be.
I was mainly interested in syncing between Kindles.