Your Amazon Kindle Fire can store pictures, movies, music and other files using its internal storage. According to the specifications of it, Kindle Fire is loaded with 8 GB of internal memory. But as I see it just over 6 GB of the Kindle Fire storage is available for usage, moreover there is no microSD card slot to expand the memory so that it can accommodate more pictures, movie or music files.
Transferring Pictures, Movies & Music to Kindle Fire Tablet
To make your Kindle Fire a worthy tablet with music and media capabilities, you have to load music, movie and pictures on it. Since Kindle Fire is able to access internet using Wi-Fi you can download music, video and store it on your Kindle Fire tablet. What if you don’t have a Wi-Fi connection for accessing internet? Can you still load content on your Kindle Fire tablet? Yes, still you can do it. You have to make sure that you have the USB connecting wire of any Android device with you, since Amazon Kindle Fire kit doesn’t come with any accessories.
- Connect one end of your USB cable to Kindle Fire and other end to the Windows PC.
- If you are connecting it for the first time, the device will be configured and necessary drivers will be installed. Once that is done you are ready to use the device.
- Open My Computer and you will be glad to see a drive called “Kindle” will be seen which is the internal storage drive of your Kindle Fire tablet.
- Upon opening of it, you will find several folders among which Picture folder will be the one.
- Open that folder and search for the picture that you want to add.
- Drag and drop of files will do it for you.
- Remove the connection by following safely remove the drive.
- Check if that picture is seen on your Kindle Fire.
That’s it. In the similar way you can add any number of photos that you want to load. Keep checking Android Advices on other helpful guide related to Kindle Fire.