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Kindle Jailbreak

New Jailbreaking Tools for Kindles Released, Plus Easy Install Tutorial

There was a brief window when the 7th gen line of Kindles could be jailbroken, but it didn’t last for long before Amazon released a software update closing the hole, and for a long time the only way to root was to take apart the Kindle. Now there’s a new jailbreaking method for Kindles that […]

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How to Install Google Play on Fire Tablets the Super Easy Way, No PC or Root (Video)

Below are super easy directions showing you how to install the Google Play Store on Amazon’s Fire tablets. Basically all you have to do is sideload a few apps and install them. Easy peasy. You can do it all from the Fire tablet itself, no computer or rooting required. This method works on Fire tablets […]

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Amazon Kindle Books

Get New Release Alerts by Following Your Favorite Authors

Amazon offers a feature a number of people don’t know about that lets you follow your favorite authors to receive alerts when new books are released. It’s called Amazon Follow. It works with other things too, like you can follow specific brands of products or customers that post reviews or articles. The way it works […]

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How to Manage Your Kindle Book Activities Online

Amazon has a special website dedicated to Kindle users that most people still don’t know about. I wasn’t even aware of all the stuff that can be done from the website; I thought it was mostly just for notes and highlights but it’s designed for other things as well. You can find the website at […]

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Tablet Screen Dimming

How to Make Reading on LCD Screens More Pleasant, Easier on Eyes

Tablets, smartphones, and LCD screens in general get a bad rap when it comes to reading and eye strain. Lots of complaints can be found about reading on LCD screens causing eye discomfort and other problems. There are some things that you can do to make reading on tablets, phones and computers more pleasant and […]

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How to Fix Your Kindle If You Forget the Passcode

Kindle ereaders have the option to set a passcode in settings under device options that password protects Kindles so that users have to enter a passcode to turn the Kindle on. The passcode is a separate thing from the parental controls password that you can setup to restrict certain aspects of your Kindle, including access […]

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How to Make Your Own Kindle Audio Adapter for Under $2

Earlier this week Amazon released a new Kindle Audio Adapter that is designed to bring text-to-speech and VoiceView, an accessibility tool for the blind and visually impaired, to Kindle ereaders. The adapter essentially comes free with a Kindle Paperwhite 3 bundle after a $20 credit. The Kindle Audio Adapter can also be purchased separately for […]

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How to Transfer eBooks and PDFs to Kindles via USB

Here’s a quick tutorial on how to transfer ebooks, PDFs, and other supported files to a Kindle using a USB cable attached to a computer. I was adding some PDFs to my Kindle Oasis the other day and I made a rookie mistake. I forgot and placed the PDF files on the root, the top […]

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