Resetting a Kindle Fire HDX is easy and something you’ll want to do if selling or regifting it. The new generation of Fire’s also allow remote resets.
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Recently I visited a network that locked down external web surfing through bogus DNS servers. I was able to set a static DNS servers on my Kindle Fire HDX.
Amazon Prime offers a feature that allows you to get a free pre-released eBook once a month. Here’s a look at how to get your free eBook each month,
One of the most basic security features of any mobile device is enabling the lock screen, and this is how to do it on Amazon’s latest Kindle Fire HDX.
Amazon’s Kindle Fire HDX doesn’t include a default device vanity signature for email. Here’s how to set up a different signature for each email account.
Amazon is getting into the football excitement this month by offering $30 off the 7” 16GB Kindle Fire HDX. But you will need to act quickly to get the deal!
Amazon has taken a big step forward with its new Kindle Fire HDX line of tablets, which offer improved specs and screens. Here’s a look at what’s new.
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.
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.
DRM can prevent you from transferring books to all of your personal reading devices. Calibre and a little elbow grease can help you get around it.
Do you read eBooks and want to read them on multiple devices? Calibre is a free desktop program that lets you move them between devices and computers.
The Kindle Paperwhite builds upon Amazon’s winning e-reader design with a very groovy built-in light, an epic battery life and a sleek form factor. Here’s the details.
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.