My Kindle Fire HDX

Step-by-step instructions with callouts to Kindle Fire HDX photos that show you exactly what to do.

My Kindle Fire HDX
My Kindle Fire HDX
By Jennifer Ackerman Kettell
Que Publishing
Retail Price $19.99
Amazon Price: $12.92

Book Description: 

Step-by-step instructions with callouts to Kindle Fire HDX photos that show you exactly what to do. Help when you run into Kindle Fire HDX problems or limitations. Tips and Notes to help you get the most from your Kindle Fire HDX.

Full-color, step-by-step tasks walk you through getting and keeping your Kindle Fire HDX working just the way you want. Learn how to:

  • Quickly set up your Kindle Fire HDX or HD
  • Connect to practically any network, including unlisted WiFi networks
  • Smoothly transfer content between cloud, computer, and tablet
  • Find your favorite books, audiobooks, newspapers, or magazines
  • Read and write reviews at Amazon’s global Goodreads community
  • Move your Amazon printed book purchases online with MatchBook
  • Play your music and video, wherever it comes from (even iTunes)
  • Display movies on your TV and use Kindle Fire as a remote
  • Control subscriptions so you pay for only the content you want
  • Do more than ever with the newest Kindle Fire apps
  • Connect via Facebook, Twitter, Skype, and email
  • Edit personal documents and photos on your Kindle Fire HDX
  • Manage your life, contacts, and calendar on your Kindle Fire HDX
  • Make the most of Kindle Fire’s built-in cameras
  • Browse the Web with Kindle Fire’s newly-upgraded Silk browser
  • Find great apps for kids and control how they use Kindle Fire
  • Get free Amazon personal support whenever you need it

Review

As a senior citizen I bought this book along with my Kindle Fire HDX.  This book not only answers questions you have, but walks you through things you want to do & has lots of color pictures. I find it easy to use.  It is written in plain English so it is very easy to understand. While I love the “Mayday” button on my new Kindle, sometimes you don’t know what questions to ask …there is so much to learn. I have this book on the shelf closest to my easy chair so I can refer to it often.  I call it ‘My Manual’ since the Kindle itself doesn’t come with one.

~Reviewed by Allie B.

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