Kindle Fire HD supports Bluetooth so you can connect a keyboard to make typing easier than the onscreen option. Here’s how to connect a Bluetooth Keyboard.
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Kindle Fire HD is great for listening to music stored on Amazon servers over WiFi, but you can also add your music files to the device.
Here’s how to install The Android YouTube app on the Kindle Fire HD. The omission of the Android YouTube app on a media consumption tablet doesn’t make much sense.
The front facing camera on the Kindle Fire HD is for Skype video calls. But there’s no camera app in its interface — it’s hidden. Here’s how to find it.
The Kindle Fire HD has Screen Rotation enabled by default. If you’re reading a book or browsing the web it can be annoying. Here’s how to turn it on or off.
The main use of Amazon’s new Kindle Fire HD is a media consumption device, but you can be productive on it too. Here’s how to set up multiple email accounts so you have access to important business in between movies and playing games.
Your credit card is tied to your Amazon account so you can purchase content from its store easily on the Fire HD. So it’s important to password protect the Lock Screen to secure your device.
I have purchased several Kindle’s over the years and when I pre ordered my Fire HD, it came with a generic name. Changing it to something else is easy, here’s how.
With the release of the Kindle Fire HD, Amazon has partnered with Microsoft and made Bing the default search engine for it’s Silk browser. Here’s how to change it back to Google.
If you recently purchased a new Amazon Kindle Fire HD, you might be turned off by the special offer ads it displays on the Lock Screen. You can disable them by opting out with a one time payment of $15.
The new Kindle Fire HD tablets are now available to purchase online and retail stores across the country. It’s hardware has been substantially upgraded over the original, and its customize Android 4.0 ICS OS sings in comparison.