How to Copy Photos to Kindle Fire?
"I'm enjoying my new Kindle Fire, regardless of whether a few of the industry pundits say it's a fail in comparison to the iPad. I really don't care, I am a Kindle fan. Anyway, I'm wondering if you possibly could supply some suggestions about how to copy photos to my Kindle Fire so I can share them with my girlfriends."
As we all know the Kindle Fire only has about 5GB of space for all of your content. For anyone who is reading a book or two, don't worry about it, they are not big, but if you would like to drop a few movies, several of your favorite CDs and several hundred photos from your latest visit to Cabo, well, it can obtain a bit tight.
Tips: It is simple to transfer PDF files to Apple iPad. However, it is complicated to put PDF files onto the Kindle Fire. If you have the same problem of reading PDF files on Amazon Kindle, you can relax yourself since there is a detailed tutorial on how to transfer PDF to Kindle.
Transfer Pictures from Computer to Kindle Fire Steps
Step 1: To add photos to Kindle Fire, simply plug the device into your USB port using a microUSB adapter. It'll display an an external drive:
Step 2: On left file library, press the "Pictures" item to open the "Pictures" folder and you can simply drag and drop the photos you want.
Step 3: You can see that you curently have a number of photos on your own Kindle Fire. You'll add a different one simply by dragging and dropping it from your computer into this folder (as you have seen, the image "logo33.png").
That's it. If you are done, simply eject the Kindle Fire and the photos will be ready to view. In case you are running Windows rather than a Mac, the procedure is identical, the screen shots just look slightly different.
The Kindle Fire with lower price, but has great features for us, not only for viewing photos, but also watching movies. If you collect many classic DVD movies on your home, now you can put them to Kindle Fire for enjoying. But first you need a tool - DVD to Kindle Fire Converter. It can rip any DVD movies to Kindle Fire format with ease.