Yes, that's what you have to do.TheJohnNewton said:Not that I've tried it but I'm pretty sure there would be no option to change cards during one click. If so it would no longer be just one click So you would have to log into Amazon, go to the account's credit card section, change the one click card, then make the purchase.
Correct.BMW said:Follow on question for sharing books and 1 click... I have 1 click set up on my account. My daughter is getting a Kindle for herself and will be getting textbooks, novels, etc. I am going to register her on my account so we can share books. If I read this thread correctly, the 1 click will be set for me to buy via whispernet.
When your daughter goes on and changes the card, it then becomes the default card on the account. If you happened to buy a book during the interval that she has changed it to her card, then, yes, it would affect your one-click. She'd get charged for the book. But once she changes it back to your card, then your one-click is not affected.My daughter will have to sign in to my account and choose her credit card to charge her books. This will not affect my 1 click?
Yes, unless she has changed to her card (from the computer. Can't do the card switcheroo from the Kindle).If she buys via whispernet, it will charge my credit card? Beth
Yes, you can have copies on each Kindle at the same time. My husband and I both have several books in common on ours.Sandpiper said:Can two or more Kindles registered on the same account have the same book on them at the same time? Or is only one "copy" of the book available to a registered account?
I'm not certain of the answer. I can tell you that each Kindle creates a separate file for each book that contains the bookmark information. I assume each Kindle transfers its own file back to Amazon, but I have that feature set to off. I'll have to test to verify.Sandpiper said:Thanks. That was my question, but leads to out of curiosity . . . if you've each made different bookmarks, notes, etc. to the same book, do you know how those are saved when transferred to and from Amazon and the Kindles. Are there two different copies with different bookmarks, etc. when transferred to Amazon? Or are all bookmarks, etc. you both made to the same book combined onto one copy of a book?