|Mar 1, 2012, 05:12 AM||#1|
PDFs in iBooks - How to sync via iCloud?
I've tried Googling and MRoogling this one but still can't seem to find a clear answer, so here goes...
Should PDF documents which I have in iBooks be syncing between my devices via iCloud - i.e. in the same way that books from the iBookstore do?
If so, how do I enable this? If not, any suggestions on how to achieve this so I can sync the stored PDFs on my iPhone and iPad?
Thanks in advance...
iPhone 5S 32GB |iPad (3rd gen.) 4G 32GB | 27" iMac 2.7GHz Core i5 | Apple TV 2 | iPod Nano 8GB
|Mar 1, 2012, 07:25 AM||#2|
I don't even think they get backed up. I have on a few times in the past restored and lost all docs. Very annoying, it's hard to manage/keep a reliable library on iPad.
I make sure all are stored in Dropbox for backup. That's my recommendation. Use DropBox, and star those that you know you'll need often then it'll keep a local cache of that file.
iPhone 5 \ iPad Air \ Mac mini i5
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