Need some further feedback, advice, or help from the tech people here. I just purchased a Nook Color 3 days ago. I been on the phone with their tech support about 4 times now to help resolve my Nook Color's inability to read "PDF" files.I've updated to the latest firmware version. I've downloaded PDF files from at least 20 different websites that are reliable and know that the PDF is not corrupted and dragged and dropped the PDF's into the document folder in Nook, but it still will not read anything beyond the 1st page. These docs are public domain material, so there is no copywrite issues here. It will read the 1st page, and when you try to slide finger across screen or tough right side to turn the page, all it does is briefly show for example, "1/283" grayed out in the upper right corner and then dissappears. Not one PDF file works on my Color Nook. I read a couple Nook help forums, and they suggested that I try using a PDF conversion proggy such as cutePDF or DoPDF, in which I tried both on a couple of my PDF files and then placed the converted PDF files back onto the Nook. However, this too did not work. I tried dragging the PDF files to the book folder and the download folder to see if it would work there, but no luck.
On the Color Nook specs page, it says that "PDF", the second bleeping file type after EPUB, is a supported document that Nook will read. But, I'm not so certain this is the case.
So, to the best of anyone's knowledge, is this something that is definitely an issue with the Color Nook, or do you think I just got a bad one and need to exchange for a new one to give it another try. I have 9 days left to return the product. I want to give the product a fair chance, but thus far I am not impressed with the B&N tech support and I don't want to be stuck with yet another 1 lb paperweight.
Any thoughts, suggestions or advice would be greatly appreciated.
Edited by hYlAnDeR~TFC, 11 May 2011 - 01:39 PM.