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Google lets you upload your personal reading content directly from your Android device. Make sure you have the latest Play Books app on your device as recent updates allow you to upload PDF and ePub files directly from Gmail or from the Downloads folder. You may also install the latest update directly from the Play Store app.
How to upload eBook to your device:
· First, locate a PDF or ePub file in your Downloads folder or Gmail messages (the Downloads folder can generally be accessed through the file explorer on your device. It is called My Files on most Samsung devices).
· Tap the file once to open or preview it.
· Select the
Upload to Play Books option in the pop-up menu.
That's it! Now you can easily add and read content to your Google Books.
Note: There are many free ePub Readers on Android that you can search on the Play Books app, check the lists in points 4 and 5 below.
· Download the ePub title and save it on your desktop or in a folder.
· Launch iTunes, select
Add to Library from the File menu.
· Select the downloaded eBook file and click the
Books from the list of libraries on the left-hand side menu, your book should be listed.
· Connect your iPad to the computer and select it from the list of devices on the left-hand side menu.
· Select the
· Check the
Sync Books checkbox if it isn't already enabled.
All books is selected then all your books will be transferred to the iPad/iPhone. If
booksis selected then you will need to look for the newly added book and check the checkbox next to its title.
· Click the
Sync button at the bottom right of the window.
Once the sync has been completed, open
iBook on your iPad to read the newly transferred title.
Download an eBook (.mobi File) or retrieve it from email, then link the Kindle to your computer using a USB cable or via email.
· Turn your Kindle on.
· Drag and drop the ".mobi" eBook file into the Documents folder.
· When the USB activity indicator stops flashing, select
Safely Remove Mass Storage Device (Windows) or
· When the USB activity indicator stops flashing, unplug the USB cable from your Kindle.
The new title/eBook should appear in the Kindle library.
· Connect the Kindle to your computer.
· Your Kindle screen will display the message:
"You can now transfer files from your computer to Kindle".
· On your computer, the Kindle's hard drive should be mounted and displayed as
· Drag and drop the (.mobi) eBook file into either the
Documents folder on your Kindle.
· Unmount the Kindle from your computer, select
Safely Remove Mass Storage Device (Windows) or
Your books will show up in the Docs section of your Kindle Fire, as well as in the carousel.
The transfer process differs slightly from one tablet/manufacturer to another, so always check the user manual for your tablet device in order to familiarize yourself with the procedure.
· Book Reader (http://macbookreader.com/wp/)
· Ehon (https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/...)
· Murasaki (http://genjiapp.com/mac/murasaki...)
· Alice (http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/a...)
· Calibre (http://calibre-ebook.com)
· Adobe Digital Editions (http://www.adobe.com/products/di...)
· Nook (http://www.barnesandnoble.com/u/...)
· Bookle (http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/b...)
· Kitabu (http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/k...)
· Sigil (http://code.google.com/p/sigil/)
· Clearview Reader (http://canoesoft.blog.com/)
· Scarlett (http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/s...
· FBReader (http://fbreader.org/content/macos)
· Adobe Digital Editions (http://www.adobe.com/solutions/ebook/digital-editions/download.html): an eBook reader software program from Adobe Systems
· Calibre (https://calibre-ebook.com/): an eBook library manager with built-in eBook viewer
· Cool Reader (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.coolreader&hl=en): supports ePub and a few other formats
· EPUBReader FireFox extension (http://www.epubread.com/en/)
· FBReader (https://fbreader.org/): cross-platform, open-source eBook reader that can also read ePub files
· Sumatra PDF (http://www.sumatrapdfreader.org/free-pdf-reader.html): supports viewing mobi eBooks since version 2.1. It is a free, open-source program that supports many other formats, including PDF, mobi, XPS, DjVu, CBR and CBZ.
To install the database, please follow these steps:
Download the Application (the latest edition for Windows and MAC are both available).To install the application on Windows: 1. Start the installation by double-clicking on the downloaded “.exe” file. 2. Follow the steps of the installation wizard: a. Accept the license agreement. b. Extract the files to the selected destination folder. We highly recommend to use the default destination folder “C:\Program Files (x86)\ITU WTID”. 3. Run the application by going to “Start”, “All programs” and selecting the ITU WTID file recently added.To install the application on OS X: 1. Start the installation by double-clicking on the downloaded “.dmg” file. 2. Drag the “ITU WTID” icon to the “Application” folder icon to start the installation. 3. Run the application by going to “Finder”, “Applications” and selecting the ITU WTID file recently added. Please note: • You will need to accept the license agreement the first time you run the application. • A user guide is available in the “Help” section of the application.
ITU has introduced a new and simple licensing control with the newly released
Radio Regulation Navigation Tool (RRNT2016) and RR5 Table of Frequency Allocations Software.
Upon purchasing the downloadable version from the
webshop, a pop-up will prompt the user to reconfirm the User name and Machine name (defaulted in the pop-up message). By clicking either "Send email" or "Request license file from ITU Sales"
you agree to the terms of our controlled access licence. For more information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with either Radio Regulation Navigation Tool or RRX Software in subject.
Within the next 24 hours (1 business day) or less, ITU will generate the required license for the machine(s) names on which the software is installed (on 1, 2 or even up to 5 PCs/laptops PER USER for a multi-user purchase of RR5 or RRNT. For RRNT only this may extend to a total of 5 devices, Macs, or smart phones (RRNT only). A single-user purchaser cannot share the link or license with other users.).This information will be communicated back to the client via an email attachment.
Running the Navigator a second time, the license information now received from ITU will be prompted for saving in the same root directory where the .exe file was originally saved.
The software will then run successfully.
Q. How do I ensure this access to my new station (example: at home) if I do not currently possess the details of this alternate work station?
A. Simply copy and unzip the file on the new station/machine, and follow the same prompts as above. ITU will control the quantity of licenses already granted for your purchase, and grant a second or third (up to 5) .lic file for the next machine(s), via a return email.
Q. Can I share my purchased RRNT2016 with my up to 5 of my colleagues?
A. No, each purchased version of the Radio Regulations Navigation Tool is designed for personal use only, however with an option for use on more than one personal workstation. For a license for 2-10 different users, cost is only 2x the cost of a single license. Please
contact us on how to proceed.
Q. Which browser should I use? Available for Mac, Linus?
A. Your default browser will be used. Please ensure you have installed the most recent, most Java-friendly version of that browser or otherwise choose a browser more compatible with Java. And versions for Mac, Linux and/or PC are indeed available.
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information in Appendix 16 of the Radio regulations is also referred to in
Articles 42 and 51 of the Radio Regulations.
In accordance with
Appendix 16 of the Radio Regulations, the carriage requirement of the List of
Coast Stations and Special Service Stations (List IV) on board vessels for which
a Global Maritime Distress and Safety System installation is required by
international agreement is mandatory, unless the responsible administration has
exempted its ships from the carriage of this document under various
circumstances (for example, when that ship carries equivalent information for
the ship’s specified trading area).
The provisions related to maritime publications have a very
long history. As early as 1906 the service regulations, annexed to the
International Radiotelegraphic Convention (Berlin, 1906), instructed the
International Radiotelegraphic Bureau to establish the List of radiotelegraphy
stations (including coast stations and ship stations) and specified the
particulars of the coast and ship stations that are to be notified to the
International Bureau. Since then, various updates were carried out, including
those in 1927, 1932, 1947, 1959, 1979 and 1995.
A vessel complying with the IMO SOLAS convention is surveyed on an annual basis for the Cargo Ship Safety Radio Certificate or the Passenger Ship Safety Certificate. It is normal practice for a radio inspection in compliance with the Radio Regulations to be completed in conjunction with this survey. All survey and inspection procedures are at the digression of the flag state or port state administration. Note that an administration other than the flag state may carry out an inspection under Article 49 of the Radio Regulations. Considering that, in the same spirit, these telecommunication administrations have the reciprocal responsibility to inspect radio stations of foreign vessels visiting or calling into their ports. In this, they should ensure likewise that the provisions of the Radio Regulations are respected.
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