If you are looking for how to download documents from Scribd, I got the answer. At least until they come up with a block.
Step 1: Grab the Android App
Grab the Scribd app for Android. It’s free and available on the Play Store. If you don’t have an Android phone, too bad. You are stuck with using an emulator – e.g. Bluestacks, or Remix.
The free version of the app allows you to read up to 3 files a month, without a subscription or needing to log in even.
Step 2: Load the file of interest
Search via the mobile app, and load up the file. Once the download completes, you can exit the app.
Step 3: Get familiar with a file manager
From your favourite file manage, head to the following folder.
document_cache -> ‘
There should be a file named
Content. Copy it out, rename it with an extension of
“Solutions” that no longer worked
When googling, I found some proposed methods, including using the document id and access key to download via a shockwave plugin. Another proposed using the mobile website instead. Both didn’t work. I also tried the popular “bugmenot.com” website but no luck there.