Originally Posted by CaliforniaChief
Agreed...the Nexus 7 is awesome.
I tried the Android file transfer program and it did move it over, but the Nexus couldn't read the book I tested because it's probably got the Apple DRM code on it.
I need to know how to strip that code. I use a MacBook.
Thanks, Virtua...I appreciate your response.
Ebooks from Apple’s iBookstore are usually encrypted with Apple’s own Fairplay DRM scheme.
The only tool that removes Apple’s DRM is Requiem by Brahms. Requiem is not included in the main tools archive, and is separately maintained by its author, Brahms.
The latest version as of November 2012 is 4.1 and works with iTunes 10.6 and above, Windows and Mac OS X. Unfortunately, because of a change in the way in which it works, it no longer removes DRM from iBooks.
The last version to remove DRM from iBooks was 3.3.5 and worked with iTunes 10.5 and above, Windows and Mac OS X. I have had reports that this no longer works, but I have not verified this.
Requiem has a Tor website: http://tag3ulp55xczs3pn.onion
. To reach the site using Tor, you will need to install Tor (http://www.torproject.org
). If you’re willing to sacrifice your anonymity, you can use the regular web with tor2web. Just go to http://tag3ulp55xczs3pn.tor2web.com
Alternatively, you can download it from these download links:
Requiem Windows application: http://www.datafilehost.com/download-b015485b.html
Requiem Mac OS X application: http://www.datafilehost.com/download-50608ba6.html
Requiem source code: http://www.datafilehost.com/download-af8f91a1.html
I don't have ibooks, so I cannot verify if this works or not. I was able to strip the DRM from all my Kindle books and convert them to epub by following this guy's instructions.