Firstly, you will need approximately 1GB of spare disc space for these three volumes, so create a new folder somewhere
on your computer, i-Pad* or Android tablet, and name it 'Ultimate Elvis'.
Next, download and save the three zip-files above and unzip them to the folder you have created. Once unzipped you will have
three folders saved in the main 'Ultimate Elvis' folder you created, and the zip-files can be discarded.
To view the e-books, open the individual folder (i.e. 'ultimate_elvis_volume_1') and click on the html file included in that folder.
This will open up that volume e-book in your web browser.
The e-book can now be saved in your browsers 'Favourites' or 'Bookmarks' so they can be opened up quickly from now on.
On an i-Pad* or Android tablet, once saved in 'Bookmarks' the e-books can then be added to the 'Home' screen where
individual icons will be created, and the e-books can be opened and read from there.
To read the books you can use the arrows at the sides, or at the top of the browser, or alternatively you can use the 'Table
Of Content' button (second from left at the top of the page) to open up the 'Table Of Content' and be able to jump back
and forth to the sections of the e-books you want to read.
To make reading the books easier, when viewing the e-books on an i-Pad* or Android tablet, the e-books can be viewed in
portrait and the pages open up as single pages.
As with any reference books, as soon as new CD's are released which contain new material, the books are out-of-date.
For this reason, we will continue to keep these books up-to-date, and updated pages will be available for download.
Instructions on how to download and where to save the updated pages to will be e-mailed to all buyers of these e-books
as and when updated pages are created.
We do hope you enjoy these e-books as much as we enjoyed making them - Happy reading!
Notes for Android users:
Android users will need to download an app from Google Play called File Commander which lets you view all files and
documents on your Android device like viewing folders and files on a hard drive of a computer.
At present it is not possible to open html files directly from external storage such as an sd-card, on an android tablet, so the
zip-files must be unzipped to the main internal memory of your device.
When you click the link to download the zip file you need to download the zip file using Chrome (click 'Open with Chrome').
Once downloaded, open the file using File Commander - The files are automatically downloaded to the 'Download folder'.
To move the file to the internal memory of the device click 'Internal Storage' on the left of the screen, then scroll down to the
'Download' folder on the main screen and click to open the folder. Scroll down and click on the zip file and copy the 'ultimate
elvis' folder by pressing and holding the file and then use the 'Copy' icon at the top right of the screen. Now go back to
'Internal Storage' on the left of the screen and paste the copied folder here using the icon at the top right of the screen.
If the html file has been sent separately, this will need to be saved in this folder too.
Alternatively, the zip-files can be downloaded to a computer first and then transferred to the tablet by connecting the tablet
to the computer and storing the folders to the internal memory of the device.
Some android users may also need to download a free app from Google Play store called Open In Browser so the html file
can be viewed in the desired browser on their device. Once this app is downloaded and activated on a device it automatically
opens the html files in the browser from then on so nothing else needs to be done.
Notes for iPad users:
Due to complexities in the iPad file structure, it is not possible to download zip files from the web site links directly to an iPad.
The zip files will need to be downloaded to a computer first, and then transferred across to the iPad from the computer.
Once unzipped to a computer, the html file which is sent separately, will need to be saved to the corresponding folder
(i.e. 'volume_1.html' will need to be saved in 'volume_1' folder) before the complete folder is transferred to the iPad.
iPad users will need to download an app from the Apple App Store or iTunes called File Manager (Free) which, like with
Android users, lets you view all files and documents on iPad's like viewing folders and files on a hard drive of a computer.
With the iPad connected to the computer, open File Manager (Free) and press the "+" at the top of the screen - This will
then open a search of your computer for the folders you want to transfer to the iPad. Click the folders you want to transfer
and they will be copied across to the iPad.
Once the folders are transferred to the iPad, the e-books can be opened from inside File Manager (Free).
*Disclaimer by Keith Flynn
Detailed instructions on how to download and save the zip files to an iPad cannot be given, but iPad
users can get guidance on this online, if needed.