Support Request Amazon fire tablet

Discussion in 'Community Feedback' started by will6910, Jun 19, 2018.

  1. will6910

    will6910 Member

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    I have got a amazon fire tablet for my birthday. Just wondering how do I get photos from phone to the tablet. Haven’t got Icloud as never could get it to work and the lead from phone doesn’t fit tablet. Just a little confused at moment
     
  2. If tablet and phone have Bluetooth you could try that or email them to yourself
     
  3. will6910

    will6910 Member

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    Been trying to sort it this morning. Blue tooth won’t connect. Have pics on laptop and trying to upload to tablet now. It lets anything from tablet go to laptop but I can’t for life of me see how to get the pics from laptop to the tablet :/ any ideas as I’m uselsss at computer things
     
  4. Connect your Kindle Fire to your computer using a USB cable to transfer photos and personal videos to your device, or upload photos and personal videos to your Amazon Drive account with our Amazon Drive applications for PC, Mac, Android, and iPhone/iPod touch. Help for Kindle Fire (2nd Generation), Kindle Fire HD 7" (2nd Generation), and Kindle Fire HD 8.9" (2nd Generation).

    Note: The Photos library supports the following file types: .jpg, .png, .gif, .bmp., and .mp4.

    Connect your Kindle Fire to your computer with a USB cable.

    Windows: Your Kindle Fire will appear in the Computer or My Computerfolder. If you're using a Windows XP computer, you will need to install Windows Media Player 11 to complete the USB transfer. To download Windows Media Player 11, go to Windows Media Player 11.

    Mac: Your Kindle Fire will appear on the desktop. You will need to install Android File Transfer to complete the USB transfer. To download Android File Transfer, go to http://www.android.com/filetransfer.

    Note: If you've set a lock screen password on your Kindle Fire, you may need to unlock your device before it can be opened on your computer.

    Open the Kindle Fire folder (titled "Kindle") on your computer, and then open the Internal storage folder.

    Drag and drop your photos into the Photos folder or personal videos into the Movies folder.

    Disconnect your Kindle Fire from your computer.

    From your Kindle Fire, tap Photos, and then tap the Device tab to view your photo or personal video. Personal videos can also be accessed from the Personal Videos app in the Apps library.
     
  5. will6910

    will6910 Member

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    Thanks. Dragging them over now. Is there any quicker way to select as drag ? Iv 500 or so pics to move over
     
  6. will6910

    will6910 Member

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    Think Iv it figures out now
     
  7. will6910

    will6910 Member

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    Got all pics from laptop now onto tablet. Now cant get ones from phone to laptop plug phone into laptop, select allow phone to join laptop, import pics and only does the latest 15 pics only ? Have done it few times now and still same
     
  8. Chris F

    Chris F Staff Member

    Why not create a Dropbox for your photos. That's what we do for the magazine content as seems to be the easiest way to share content between people and devices. Works on Phones, Ipads computers, macs, pc's and so on. So I assume it works on a Kindle too.
     

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