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.
When Kindle Fire landed in stores last year, it was quite obvious from the initial sales that it will go on to become a competitor for iPad and create some real competition in the tablet market. While the 1st generation of Kindle Fire tablets were not as slick as iPad, however things have become very different in the wake of the release of Kindle Fire HD.