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Audio Video eBooks

MP3 Players

Most smartphones

Hand-held Game Players


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

In case you're not sure how to load MP3 or MP4 (H.264) video files to your Palm, 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 Palm.

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




How to add audio or video to your Palm

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 or video files to your Palm based phone


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

On your computer, locate the files you just unzipped.

Connect your phone to your computer with the USB cable.

On your phone, tap USB Drive.

select USB Drive mode screen






The first time you use USB Drive mode, an alert warns you that you cannot make or receive calls or text messages. Tap OK.

           USB Mode screen

Your phone is now in USB Drive mode. On your computer, it appears as a removable drive with the same name as your phone.
Windows only: If the Found New Hardware wizard opens, click Cancel.

Locate and open the drive representing your phone.

Windows only: Open My Computer (Windows XP) or Computer (Vista, or 7).

          Mac only: Double-click the phone icon on your Desktop to open it.

Drag and drop the eBook audio (.mp3) or video (.mp4) folder name something like "1984 Study Guide" to your phone. The drive displays folders that you can use to organize the files you copy. You can also create your own folders.

Note: You can put the .mp3 or .mp4 files into any folder. You don't have to put them in the Music or video folder in order for your phone to recognize them.

Disconnect your phone safely.
Windows only: On a Windows computer, right-click the drive representing your phone and click Eject.

           Mac only: From the Desktop, drag the drive representing your phone to the Trash.
           The Eject icon should appear.

Disconnect the USB cable from the computer when the USB Drive screen is no longer displayed on your phone.

Your phone automatically looks for supported file types and allows you to access them from applications on your device.


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