Ready to ditch the stock Amazon carousel launcher? There are plenty of alternatives in the Play market and this guide will show you how to use them with a Fire HD.
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Do you have a Kindle Fire HD, but feel bummed out because it doesn’t include the Google apps that run on the Nexus 7? You can get them on the Fire HD by rooting the tablet and following this guide.
Tired of being stuck with apps only from Amazon’s App Store? Set up the Kindle for sideloading so you can install direct from an APK file.
The Kindle Fire doesn’t support Adobe Flash Player by default. But that can easily be fixed by installing the right version of Flash for Android, and using a compatible web browser.
Amazon’s Kindle Fire HD has optimal battery life straight out of the box, but you can stretch it even further with a few of these tips.
The Amazon Appstore is easy to browse on the tablet, but using a browser on a PC is better. Reviews are easier to see, pages load faster, and you can test drive apps.
The Kindle Fire is set to automatically download new updates, and they often break root and other custom settings. Here’s how to disable auto updates.
Whether you have a Kindle Fire HD with a 7 or 9-inch display, here’s a round up of some of our best tips and tricks for getting the most out of your tablet.
Not a native English speaker? This guide shows you how to change the Kindle Fire default language to match one that suits you better.
Have you connected your Amazon account to Twitter or Facebook in exchange for Amazon MP3 credit? It’s easy to unlink them from your Kindle Fire.
The Kindle Fire HD has Bluetooth enabled, but it isn’t visible, and you need to make other devices able to see it. Here’s how to make other devices see it.
Do you own a Kindle device and belong to Amazon Prime? Good news! Amazon’s Lending Library Service allows you to read one free book each month. Details inside!
If you want to sell or regift your Kindle Fire HD or are having an unsolvable issue with it, you’ll definitely want to reset it to factory defaults first.
Since Amazon’s first iteration of its Silk Browser on Kindle Fire, the company has been adding many new features. One turns webpages into an easy to read book format. Here’s the details.