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Computer Science - HCI | Taking Your Kindle Fire to the Max

Taking Your Kindle Fire to the Max

Rollins, Mark

2012, XVI, 320 p.

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    • First consumer title on Kindle Fire
    • Inside scoop on Kindle Fire features directly from Amazon
    • Coverage of both Android features and Amazon content, including Prime Membership benefits
You've just purchased a Kindle Fire. How do you set it up? How do you secure it? What can you do with it? In Taking Your Kindle Fire to the Max, you'll learn how to set up email, social networking, videos, music, eBooks, contacts, calendar, and navigation.  

Once you've discovered how to set up your accounts, check your email, and connect to the internet, you learn advanced moves that will make your Kindle Fire use similar to your laptop or desktop computing, granting you an unlimited mobile life. 

Content Level » Popular/general

Related subjects » HCI

Table of contents 

  1. So You Just Got a New Amazon Kindle Fire Tablet Now What?
  2. How to Put Your Data and Media on Your Tablet
  3. Hardware on your Kindle Fire
  4. Interacting with the Kindle Fire
  5. Connecting to the Internet
  6. The Silk Internet Browser
  7. Music and Video on the Honeycomb Tablet
  8. Shopping for Apps, Books, Music, and More
  9. Managing Your Life with Your Tablet
  10. Setting Up and Using Mail and Social Networking
  11. Working with Maps
  12. The Picture Viewer
  13. Quickoffice
  14. Uses for a Kindle Fire Tablet

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