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Audio Video eBooks

MP3 Players

SmartPhones
   iPhone
   Blackberry
   Android
   Palm

  
Most smartphones

Hand-held Game Players

eReaders
  

Android based smartphones

You can listen to audio and view video eBooks on your Android.

In case you're not sure how to load MP3 or MP4 (H.264) video files to your Android, we've included instructions below:


Downlaod the ebook you want from our iPREPpress store.

Use your computer to add either MP3 audio files or
  MP4 (H.264) video files to your Android.

Play your audio or video eBook like you would any music or video.

 


How to add audio or video to your Android

MP3 audio and MP4 video

The audio and video files you download from iPREPpress are zipped files that end in extension ".zip". For example, the file may be named something like "1984 zip file.zip ."

On PCs, you can usually double click on the zipped folder and then extract and save the files to your computer hard drive. If not, use a program like WinZip or any other available unzip programs. Remember where you save these files on your hard disk.

For Macs, there is a free program called Betterzip. (Click to download it).

Watch this  video to learn how to load audio files to your Android based phone.

                                   

OR follow the instructions below. They apply to both audio or video files:

Check to make sure your MicroSD card is inserted and your phone is on.


Connect your Droid to your computer using the USB data cable that came with the Android.

Then drag down the notification bar on your phone and select "USB Connected", touch the "Mount" button/icon on your Droid's screen.

Click the "Start" menu and select "Computer" or "My Computer." On a Mac, your Android phone will show up on the desktop as a new drive.


Click on the icon labeled "Removable Device" that corresponds to your microSD card on your phone.

You can now drag and drop the eBook aduio (.mp3) or video (.mp4) folder named something like "1984 Study Guide" into the "Removable Device" folder and it will transfer to your Android.

 

   
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