Use Netflix From Outside USA On Kindle Fire & Other Android Devices

NetFlix is one of the largest on demand video providers in USA, which delivers videos from all kinds of genres. Using Netflix you can watch videos, (such as  TV series and movies), at a mere price of $7.99 a month. In other words, it provides unlimited videos for a low price for US residents. Netflix content is viewable by using Windows, Mac OS X, Android, iPhone, iPad, Apple TV and Continue Reading →

Get Hotmail App For Amazon Kindle Fire

A while back I reviewed the official Hotmail app for Android. Now, the free Hotmail app for Android has also become available for Amazon’s Kindle Fire tablets. Microsoft seems to be making sure that Hotmail can be easily accessed from any device. Therefore,  other than Windows and iOS,  Hotmail can now be conveniently used on all kinds platforms, including Android forks like the Kindle Fire operating system. See more details Continue Reading →

Send Personal Documents To Kindle From PC With Send To Kindle

Send to Kindle is a free Windows software from Amazon, which makes it easy to read your personal documents on Kindle. With his software you can instantly send your personal documents to your Kindle device from any PC. It adds an option in Windows right-click menu, which enables users to send documents  to a Kindle Fire device.

Watch Amazon Prime Instant Videos From Outside USA On Kindle Fire

When it comes to the tablet market, Kindle Fire is on fire! This amazing Android based tablet has swept the market with millions of sales in just a few months of its release. When purchasing a Kindle Fire tablet users get one month of free of Amazon Prime, which provides paid members with a lot of privileged access to free media content. However, the problem is that this membership is Continue Reading →

Regain Root Access For Kindle Fire After Update 6.2.2


Kindle Fire is no doubt the most hot Android tablet out there right now. It has been receiving regular OTA updates since a few days already, which have enhanced the tablet’s fluidity and performance. The new update has also delivered better support for manually setting up e-mail providers with in the Email app. Furthermore, this new update offers a new full screen mode for viewing web pages. However, as was Continue Reading →

How To Restore Kindle Fire To Stock Interface

I have previously provided you with a number of Kindle Fire guides, including a guide on rooting Kindle Fire, installing CyanogenMod 7 On Kindle Fire, installation of Ice Cream Sandwich ROM On Kindle Fire and more. While tweaking around with Kindle Fire can be a lot of fun, sometimes one may simply wish to restore the stock Kindle interface. The below guide will walk you through he process of restoring Continue Reading →

How To Flash MIUI ROM On Kindle Fire

Over the years, MIUI has become the most sought after, “aftermarket” firmware for Android based devices. After receiving a Ice Cream Sandwich ROM, Amazon’s Kindle Fire has finally got an MIUI ROM. The fiery MIUI 1.12.29 ROM is based on Android 2.3.7 Gingerbread, has come straight from none other than the XDA-Developers  forum member “leech2082”. See the below guide to find out how to install this stylish MIUI ROM on Continue Reading →

How To Easily Root Kindle Fire On Firmware 6.2.1

Those of you who have recently updated their Kindle Fire devices to the latest firmware version 6.2.1 would have felt hopeless with the non existence of a suitable rooting method.  Apparently, there was a rooting method, however, that involved opening up the tablet. Wonder who tried that? Anyways, “Justin Case” of TeamAndIRC , has come with a software root for the 6.2.1 firmware for Kindle Fire, named BurritoRoot. This application Continue Reading →

How To Overclock Kindle Fire To 1.2Ghz With Custom Kernel

I have previously brought you a number of guides regarding Kindle Fire, including rooting procedures, alternative launchers, temporary unroot, installation of the Ice Cream Sandwich ROM and more. This time I have something related to speeding up your Kindle Fire tablet. Ever since XDA-Developers forum member “g1011999” released the sources from his work on the Ice Cream Sandwich build for Amazon’s Kindle Fire, many developers seem to have picked up Continue Reading →

How To Install Kindle Fire Silk Browser On Your Rooted Android Device

Amazon Silk is a web browser developed by Amazon for their Kindle Fire tablets. Since it’s inception, Silk has been well received among Kindle Fire users because of it’s speed. It uses a split architecture, due to which some of the processing is performed on Amazon’s servers to improve webpage loading attributes. The frontend of Silk is based on the WebKit (browser) engine. Until recently, Silk was only available for Continue Reading →