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Digimonkey Tips: Downloading from All Romance to Kindle via Amazon’s WiFi

By Digimonkey on September 28th, 2015

Kindle aficionados everywhere listen up! Did you know that by adding your Kindle email address to your Customer Profile on All Romance, you can send files directly from your All Romance Library to your Kindle device or Kindle app using Amazon’s WiFi service? It’s true! And as an added bonus, by adding your Kindle email, you’ll also be able to see at a glance which books are offered in “Kindle Friendly” formats on the All Romance site.


Setting up your accounts

Before you can use the service, you must set up your All Romance and Amazon accounts so that they can communicate. Note – The setup needs to be completed using the full site, not the mobile site. If you’re accessing the site from a tablet or smartphone, select the “View Full Site” link at the bottom right of any webpage before following the steps below.

  1. Login to your All Romance account and select the “Account” link, then scroll down to the Kindle Downloads section near the bottom of the page.  The first question asks if you read using a Kindle or Kindle app. Select “Yes”.

    Kindle Question #1

    Kindle Question #1

  2. A second question will appear with two options — “Kindle Fire/HD” and “Kindle Other”. If your primary Kindle device is a Fire/HD, select that option. If your primary Kindle is a Paperwhite, early gen Kindle, or a Kindle app on a smartphone or tablet, select the second option.

    Kindle Question #2

    Kindle Question #2

  3. Next you will be asked to enter the @kindle.com email address associated with your primary device.  You can locate this information in the “Docs” section of your device, or under “Manage Your Content and Devices” in your Amazon account. Note: You need to enter the @kindle.com email address that matches the device you selected in the previous question. However, if you have more than one Kindle device, sending the file via WiFi to one will allow Amazon to push the file out to all compatible devices when they sync.

    Kindle Question #3

    Kindle Question #3

  4. Before you can finish the set-up on All Romance, you’ll need to set up your Amazon account.  Click on the “Amazon account” link to open a new window and login to your Amazon account.

    Updating Amazon account

    Updating Amazon account

  5. Go to “Manage Your Content and Devices” and then “Settings”.
  6. Scroll down the page to the Personal Document Settings section. Under the “Approved Personal Document E-mail List” heading, click on the “Add a new approved e-mail address” link and add @allromanceebooks.com and @omnilit.com to your list. Be certain you do not add anything before the @ symbol and that you include the double “e” in romanceebooks

    Approved Emails

    Approved Emails

  7. Go back to your All Romance account to complete the set-up.  Check the box that says “I have updated my Amazon email list”.

    Check the box

    Check the box

  8. Scroll to the bottom of the page and click “Update”. The page will refresh and your information will be saved.  If you missed any steps, an error message will appear at the top of the page alerting you to what still needs to be completed. Follow the instructions, then select “Update” again.


Purchasing and Downloading

Now you are ready to purchase and transfer ebooks to your device. As you explore the site, you will see a “Kindle Friendly” notification listed beneath the download formats for any book that is offered in a compatible format for the device you specified in the Kindle Downloads section of your Customer Profile.

I'm Kindle Friendly!

I’m Kindle Friendly!

If you do not see the “Kindle Friendly” listing for a book, then that book is not offered in a format that is compatible with your device. You will not be able to download the file to your device if you choose to purchase it.

After you make a compatible purchase and the book is delivered to your Library, you will see a small “Kindle” envelope listed next to the download formats.

Kindle Envelope

Kindle Envelope

Select the envelope to send a copy of the book to your device.

Book is on its way!

Book is on its way!

Within a few seconds or a few minutes (depending on the speed of Amazon’s server and your WiFi connection), the book will arrive on your device. Woo-hoo!


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2 Responses to Digimonkey Tips: Downloading from All Romance to Kindle via Amazon’s WiFi

  1. Profile photo of Gaynor Kydd Gaynor Kydd says:

    If i then remove these books from my kindle, if it let’s say ( become too cluttered mine is at this time) where are they stores? Is it the club or the archive , where i usually archive my books after a period?

  2. Profile photo of Digimonkey Digimonkey says:

    One advantage of using the Kindle envelope is that it creates a copy of the book file in your Amazon account, under the “Docs” section. As long as you don’t delete the book file from the Docs section of your Amazon account, then you should be able to re-download the file to the device later by going to the Docs section and sending a copy to the device.

    However, the best option is to make all ebook files a part of a regular backup routine to prevent loss due to hardware/software failure or accidental/intentional deletion. If you delete the files, there’s always a chance you will not be able to re-download. If you have a backup, then you can restore from there instead. You can learn more about backing up your ebooks in our Help section under “Managing the Library”.

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