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The Kindle Fire is a pretty cool device, especially for just $200. No, it's not an iPad, but it does come with enough to stand on its own. ...
The Kindle Fire only has one button, the power button. Tap it to turn the Kindle on and tap it again to put it to sleep. Longer presses ...
Also in the settings menu is the screen-lock so that it doesn't change orientation if you turn it on its side. OK, fine, that makes sense. Still annoyed ...
Tapping the "More" button will get you ore settings. No big surprise there, but to save you the time of digging around here are the two main uses: ...
Sure, you can buy content from Amazon. I've done it plenty of times myself. And then there are other files that you will want on there such as ...
Taking pictures on other devices can be insanely easy. Not at all with the Kindle Fire. While the iPad lets you take a picture by holding a couple ...
OK, that about sums up what I wish I knew about the Fire when I started it up. If there's anything else you're wondering about, feel free to ...
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