How to Change Accounts on Nook: A Beginner’s Guide

Are you a new owner of a Nook tablet? Are you having trouble creating a Barnes & Noble account on your device? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered! In this article, we will guide you through the steps on how to create a Barnes & Noble account and register your Nook tablet.

Firstly, turn on your Nook tablet and skip the introduction video. Then, review and agree to the terms and conditions. Next, enter your time zone and connect to a Wi-Fi network. In order to create a Barnes & Noble account, you will need to have a Wi-Fi connection.

To create a Barnes & Noble account, follow these steps:

1. Log in with your Barnes & Noble account if you already have one. If not, click “Create a New Account.”

2. Enter your name, email, password, and a security question.

3. Touch the submit button to create your Barnes & Noble account.

You can also add a credit card number, but this is optional. Once you have completed the steps above, you have successfully created a Barnes & Noble account and registered your Nook tablet.

If you want to change the Barnes & Noble account associated with your Nook tablet, you can deregister your device and register it again with a different account. To deregister your device, follow these steps:

1. Press the Nook button and then touch “Settings.”

2. Touch “Device Info” and then “Erase and Deregister Device.”

3. Touch “Reset Nook” and confirm that you want to erase your device.

It is important to note that deregistering your device will erase all ebooks, documents, pictures, and anything that is not backed up. So make sure you have backed up your files on a micro SD card or your computer before deregistering your device.

We hope this article has helped you create a Barnes & Noble account and register your Nook tablet. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to post them in the comments section. And if you want to learn more about how to use your Nook tablet, check out the Nook Tablet Survival Guide or any other survival guide. Happy reading!