If you are looking to view, create and edit Microsoft Office files on Kindle Fire, then here are a few methods to help make your Amazon tablet Office ready. While Amazon tablets by default do not provide support for opening MS Word, Power Point or Excel files, there are a number of workarounds you can use to get Office on Kindle Fire.
A new update has been rolled out for Kindle Fire HD 7 and as always, users who update to the new software version will loose root access for their devices. This update is automatically applied by Amazon via OTA. If you are planning to update your Kindle Fire for software enhancements or have already lost your root access after updating to Kindle HD 7 software update version 7.2.3 or require Continue Reading →
Shortly after its release, Kindle Fire HD 7 has been rooted. Despite all the buzz regarding the “uncrackable” and “invulnerable” HD version of Kindle Fire, it has been rooted. The credit for this feat goes to XDA member “sparkym3”. If you are looking to root your Kindle Fire tablet to make your tablet more fun to use, then follow the instructions given below.
Amazon Kindle Fire users are in for a treat as an AOSP ROM with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean has been released, which has enabled users to install Android Jelly Bean on their Kindle Fire devices. This port of the latest Android OS has been made available on the XDA Developer’s Forum. Read more details, including installation instructions from the guide given below
Recently, a small update was launched for Kindle Fire by Amazon. This update gives users some parental control features and extra security enhancements. For more details you can refer to my post about the New Features of Kindle Fire software version 6.3. Just like previous updates, Kindle tablets end up loosing their root access after updating to this new update. Furthermore, the update also installs itself without user confirmation. If Continue Reading →
If you are a Kindle Fire user running software version 6.3 and wish to retain root while updating your tablet to version 6.3.1, then we have just what you need. The update 6.3.1 has brought number of handy features such as parental controls and numerous security enhancements. However, the dilemma with Kindle Fire has been that updating the tablet results in losing the root access, which is the reason we Continue Reading →
Amazon has already provided a number of applications for numerous platforms, to enable synchronization of Kindle data between Windows, Mac OS X, iOS, Windows Phone 7 and Android based devices. Amazon recently provided an updated version of its application for iOS that brings some exclusive Kindle based features to devices such as iPad, iPhone and iPod. These features include the ability of users to read magazines via the Kindle Store, Continue Reading →
A new update for Kindle Fire has been rolled out with some interesting new features. For those of you with rooted devices, you will loose root access with the update, which can be regained by following these steps: How To Root Kindle Fire Running Software Version 6.3. As for the new features, there have been some new sharing, movie rental, Amazon Silk Browser and numerous other additions that have been Continue Reading →
We have seen a number of software updates by Amazon for its Kindle Fire tablets. These updates always bring some new features, which are meant to improve Kindle Fire functionality and provide a better user experience. However, as is the case with every update, the users who have rooted their Kindle Fire devices end up loosing root access. In a previous post I showed you How to Regain Root Access Continue Reading →
Amazon’s Kindle Fire has taken the tablet market by storm with its meager price, which delivers enough features to make the tablet worth the cost. Other than providing some excellent Amazon service, Kindle Fire also brings some great e-book reading experience, as well as the fun features of using an Android power device. In a previous post I showed you “How To Install Ice Cream Sandwich ROM On Kindle Fire”. Continue Reading →