Kindle How To
Kindle How To Saving E-Books and Audio Books on Your Kindle
To help you handle your growing collection of e-books and audio books, the you can add extra memory to your Kindle in the form of an SD memory card. Once you have your memory card installed it’s time to move some of the e-books or audio books stored in your Kindle’s main memory to your new SD Card. Audio books are a good candidate for moving from your Kindle’s main memory to the SD card. Audio books will quickly consumer your Kindle’s main memory leaving less space for your e-books.
Turn on your Kindle. “Kindle” – the book is stored in your Kindle’s main memory.
“SD Card” – any books you’ve moved to your SD Card will have this location. “Amazon” – books you’ve purchased but that have not been downloaded to your Kindle will have this location
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Choose a book now located on your Kindle by scrolling to the location of the book and pressing the scroll wheel to “select” the book. When the Menu opens, scroll to “Move to SD Card” and press the scroll wheel to select.
Once you do this you will notice the location icon will show the book is being transferred to your Kindle’s SD memory card. You’ve now learned how-to quickly save books from your Kindle’s main memory to the SD Card you’ve installed in your Kindle.
Kindle HowTo Loading and Viewing Pictures on Your Kindle E-Book Reader
Your new Kindle wireless reading device is great for holding e-books and audio books but did you also know you can display your pictures on your Kindle?
Get a collection of pictures you want to load on your Kindle. The Kindle screen can display a picture at a maximum size of 550 pixels high x 450 pixels wide.
Attach the Kindle’s USB cable to both your Kindle and your computer. Double-click on your Kindle drive. Add a new folder to your Kindle called “pictures”. Open the new “pictures” folder and create one sub-folder for each of the groups of pictures you wish to load onto your Kindle. Go to the Home Screen of your Kindle.
Kindle How-To Email With Your Kindle
Get a GMail account if you do not have one already – very simple – visit Gmail.com and sign-up. Turn on your Kindle and go to Menu > Experimental > Basic Web. This will open the Kindle’s Web Browser. Keep in mind that the Kindle browser (even on the new Kindle 2) is VERY basic.
You should now be logged into Gmail and ready to read and send e-mail messages. A few things to keep in-mind when using your Kindle for Gmail. whit this article, i hope you know about kindle how to use
You can read my previous articles about what is kindle
- how to unshare Kindle books
- how to prevent kindle fire screen when the kindle is moved
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