Amazon Kindle Fire, now a hot tablet on Android market. Any one here is expecting the sweet gadget? I’ve got some hands-on preview of the tablet. While for some newbies, it can be hard to figure out a easy solution for Kindle Fire HD connection for media files transferring. Well, I’d like to share the way here with all the potential users of Kindle Fire HD.
In fact, it’s easy work. Just try to make full use of the USB at your hand.
1. Connect your Kindle Fire HD to your PC via USB cable.
2. Once you’ve connected your Kindle Fire HD to a computer with a USB cable, your Kindle Fire HD will appear in the same location as external USB drives usually appear. For Windows users, this is typically in the “Computer” or “My Computer” menu.
3. Open the Kindle drive; you will see several folders inside. You may need to unlock your Kindle Fire HD before it can be opened on your computer.
4. Locate the downloaded file and drag and drop it into the applicable content folder, such as Video, Music, or Pictures.
5. Safely eject your Kindle Fire HD from your computer and unplug the USB cable.
It’s really easy, right? While, there’s something you need note.
Your content will appear within the corresponding content library on your device:
●Books will appear in the Books library.
●Personal documents will appear in the Docs library.
●Music will appear in the Music library.
●Pictures will appear in the Gallery app.
●Videos will appear in the Gallery app.
Note that videos transferred via USB will only be available in the Gallery app. Only videos from the Amazon Video store are shown in the Video library.
Remember, your Kindle device will only recognize the files you’ve transferred if:
a. The file is a Kindle Fire HD supported file type.
b. Files are transferred to the correct folder for their type.
c. Files are free of digital rights management (DRM) software.
Kindle Fire HD supported file type
File formats: Kindle (AZW), TXT, PDF, unprotected MOBI, PRC natively, Audible Enhanced format(AAX), DOC, DOCX,
Image formats: PEG, GIF, PNG, BMP,
Audio formats: non-DRM AAC, MP3, MIDI, PCM/WAVE, OGG, WAV, MP4, AAC LC/LTP, HE-AACv2, AMR-NB, AMR-WB
Video formats: MP4, 3GP, VP8(.webm)
As you see, Kindle Fire HD as the other Android tablets like Google Nexus 7 can only support achingly few video format. To watch HD videos like FLV, WMV, MTS, M2TS, TiVo, MKV, MOV, etc as well as Blu-ray, DVD movies on Kindle Fire HD, you’d better get this top all-in-one converter Blu-ray Video Converter for Kindle Fire HD to enable these movie files playable on your Kindle Fire HD tablet.