Do you want to remove DRM from pdb ebook of ereader.com ?

Do you want to convert DRM pdb ebook to PDF/ePub ?

PDB DRM Remvoal quickly and easily convert .pdb ebook to .pmlz format, user can convert .pmlz format to ePub/Mobi/PDF format using Calibre without any limitation. it remove DRM protection from PDB ebook of ereader.com, let user read new ebook in other computer or other e-reader device, like Kindle,Sony Reader, iPad, user also can print PDB ebook without limitation.

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Key Features

  • One-click converter.
  • convert to PDF/epub/mobi other format using Calibre
  • Produce a ebook support by most e-reader, PC and Mac.

How to remove DRM from PDB ereader.com?

1 Run program,  select PDB file decrypt .  PDB ebook normally locate at “PDM” in  “My Document” folder.

2 click “Remove DRM” button to decrypt,  it popup a new window to input B&N account information, Name field is name in billing address,  first credit card used in B&N account, CC # is (last 8 numbers).

3 If anything you input is correct,  DRM will be removed and produce a new .pmlz file .

4 To convert .pmlz to PDF/epub/.mobi format, download and run Calibre, look at this similar tutorial .

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PDB ebook & eReader.com

.pdb is Palm Media ebook format,  read in eReader that is a freeware program for viewing Palm Digital Media electronic books, Versions are available for iPhone, PalmOS, WebOS, Android, Symbian, BlackBerry, Windows Mobile Pocket PC/Smartphone, desktop Windows, and Macintosh. The reader shows text one page at a time, as paper books do. eReader supports embedded hyperlinks and images. Additionally, the Stanza application for the iPhone and iPod Touch can read both encrypted and unencrypted eReader files.

The company’s web site – ereader.com maintains a wide selection of eReader-formatted e-books, available for purchase and download, with a handful of public domain titles available for free. Those books that aren’t free are encrypted, with the key being the purchaser’s full name and credit card number. This information is not preserved in the e-book. A one-way hash is used, so there is no risk of the user’s information being extracted.

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