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Frequently Asked Questions

Is there a choice of backing up all my ebooks on the cloud and restore them directly in the application when needed?

There are 2 options for backup/restore via Clouds.

A. The simplest way via «Export to Cloud» to Save / Backup you books to Cloud. And then, «Import from Cloud» to download/restore your books.
Details see here.

The limitations for this option are that this happens without backuping/restoring a user metadata (bookmarks, highlights, notes, user tags and attributes). This is due to the fact that user metadata stored not in a books, but in the app database.

B. Full backup / restore
In this case, we backup / restore books with user metadata. So, in this case each selected book is backuped / restored with its own record from the app database.
It's 2-step operations:
Backup
  1. Back up selected books to the tiReader Library as the backup file (.trdb).
    Details see here.
  2. Export backup file (.trdb) to Cloud.
    Details see here.

Restore
  1. Import backup file (.trdb) from Cloud to the tiReader Library.
    Details see here.
  2. Restore your books from backup file (.trdb).
    Details see here.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is there a choice of backing up all my ebooks on the cloud and restore them directly in the application when needed?

There are 2 options for backup/restore via Clouds.

A. The simplest way via «Export to Cloud» to Save / Backup you books to Cloud. And then, «Import from Cloud» to download/restore your books.
Details see here.

The limitations for this option are that this happens without backuping/restoring a user metadata (bookmarks, highlights, notes, user tags and attributes). This is due to the fact that user metadata stored not in a books, but in the app database.

B. Full backup / restore
In this case, we backup / restore books with user metadata. So, in this case each selected book is backuped / restored with its own record from the app database.
It's 2-step operations:
Backup
  1. Back up selected books to the tiReader Library as the backup file (.trdb).
    Details see here.
  2. Export backup file (.trdb) to Cloud.
    Details see here.

Restore
  1. Import backup file (.trdb) from Cloud to the tiReader Library.
    Details see here.
  2. Restore your books from backup file (.trdb).
    Details see here.
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