Enable USB Debugging on your Amazon Kindle Fire and start using it with Android development tools. Just use these steps to get started.
Note: This tutorial assumes you have Android Studio installed and configured.
Enable ADB on Kindle Fire
- From the Kindle Fire, open “Settings“.
- Do one of the following depending on your device:
- Original Kindle Fire – No action needed. ADB is enabled by default.
- Kindle Fire HD – Select “Security“.
- HDX and Newer Models – Tap “Device” or “Device Options“, then tap “Serial Number” 7 times until “Developer Options” is unlocked.
- Choose “Developer Options“.
- Set “Enable ADB” to “On“.
You can now use Android development tools on the Kindle Fire like DDMS for taking screenshots.