Amazon wants as many Kindle Fire users to use their Silk browser as it can get. They haven’t made any browser alternatives in their App Store. You can find a way to install Google Play on your Fire to gain access to more browser options. But unless you are technically skilled, you’re likely not going […]
If you’ve just purchased an eBook reader like the Nook, Amazon Kindle, or Kindle Fire, you may not be able to afford purchasing eBooks right after plunking down hundreds of dollars for the device. There are options though. Fortunately, there are free eBooks out there, but they are often hard to find. Here are a […]
You can enable cookies on the Amazon Kindle Fire tablet if you wish to utilize certain features on the web. Disable cookies if you want to protect your privacy. Here’s how to do both.
If you are experiencing a problem where your Amazon Fire tablet won’t start, we have some steps you can try to get it working again.
Since support has been dropped for Adobe Flash, it’s difficult to get it to work on the Amazon Kindle Fire. There is a way it can be done though. Just follow these steps.
Want to get started with downloading and installing apps to your Amazon Fire device? Here’s how.
Want to know all about updating apps on the Amazon Kindle Fire? Here’s everything you need to know.
Want to learn how to close apps on the Amazon Kindle Fire. Here are a few options.
You may want to clear the cache, history or cookies on the Amazon Kindle Fire Silk web browser to keep things tuned up and working properly when browsing the Internet. Here’s how it’s done.
Android app files can come via an APK file. You can install APK files on the Amazon Kindle Fire tablet by enabling a setting. Just follow these steps.
Sometimes you may need random information for support purposes such as the MAC address, serial number or version of the OS to your Amazon Kindle Fire tablet. There are no labels on the device with this information. You’ll need to use the menus in the OS to access them.
Don’t get lost when reading that favorite novel and learn how to bookmark pages to your books on the Amazon Kindle Fire.
The Amazon Kindle Fire may display the mobile version of a web page instead of the full version. On a tablet like this, I like to always get the full-featured version of a website since I have a strong Wi-Fi connection and a big screen. You can set the Kindle Fire’s Silk browser to always […]
Need to know how to adjust the volume on your Amazon Kindle Fire tablet? You’re not alone. Here’s how it’s done.
The 2015 versions of the Amazon Kindle Fire have the ability to support expansion with a Micro SD Card slot. You can use an SD Card that holds up to 128GB of data with the device. Here’s how to insert or remove it.
One of the first things you may want to do when you get your Amazon Kindle Fire is download books to the device. You can download books from the Amazon store or from third-party websites. Here’s how to do both.
You may want to learn how to soft or hard reset the Amazon Kindle Fire if are experiencing problems with the device. Just follow these steps.
Sometimes the screen on the Amazon Kindle Fire will rotate annoyingly when you’re trying to read. Fortunately you can lock the screen in place and disable the screen rotation.
It’s easy to go on a downloading frenzy and clog the memory of your Amazon Kindle Fire with apps you no longer need. Find out how to uninstall apps from Kindle Fire with these steps.
Don’t like the home screen on the Kindle Fire? Neither do I. So I changed it to make it look like the stock Android screen. You can easily do this using Apex Launcher. And you don’t even need to root the device to do this. Just follow these steps.