Posts by Rob Rogers
    Posted January 6, 2012 by

    Kindle Fire: How to display .mobi files as books and not documents

    At some point you will run into the situation where you have transferred an ebook in .mobi format to your Kindle Fire and it is displayed as a document instead of a book. This creates an inconvenience since now your books are in two locations instead of just one. Here is how to make your […]

    Category Android

    Posted December 29, 2011 by

    How to Root Kindle Fire 6.2.1

    The latest update for Kindle Fire broke the popular root method and disabled the SuperOneClick utility. If you want to be able to prevent your device’s wallpaper from changing and the other benefits of rooting your device, the Kindle Fire Utility is a simple solution to your problem.

    Category Android

    Posted December 23, 2011 by

    Kindle Fire: How to Remove Items from the Carousel

    The Kindle Fire utilizes a sexy Carousel to display the items that you have used on the device. If you want to keep some of these items from being displayed due to privacy concerns, you can remove individual items from the Carousel at any time. This is also great for reducing clutter so that the […]

    Category Android

    Posted December 11, 2011 by

    Kindle Fire: How to Prevent the Wallpaper from Automatically Changing

    The Kindle Fire automatically changes the wallpaper each time the device wakes from sleep mode or is turned on. If you’ve installed a third party launcher and want your wallpaper to always be displayed instead of being changed to one of Amazon’s default wallpapers. Here’s how to keep the Fire from changing your wallpaper.

    Posted December 9, 2011 by

    How to Install Google Currents on the Kindle Fire

    Google Currents is a magazine-like news reader (like Flipboard or Zite) that is available for iOS and Android. Unfortunately, since the Kindle Fire doesn’t contain any of the Google frameworks or files, Google Currents won’t install on the device. Here’s how to enjoy the new reader on the Kindle Fire.

    Posted December 8, 2011 by

    Kindle Fire: How to Disable Automatic Spelling Correction

    The Kindle Fire has automatic spelling correction enabled by default. As with autocorrect on any device, it is not always helpful to every user, in fact in can actually create more problems than it solves. Here’s how to disable automatic spelling correction.

    Posted December 4, 2011 by

    How to Root a Kindle Fire Using OS X or Linux

    If you use a Mac or Linux computer, you are just a few steps away from rooting your Kindle Fire. Rooting your device will allow you to run certain applications that require the SuperUser app (such as screenshot applications).

    Posted December 2, 2011 by

    Kindle Fire: How to Change the Name of Your Device

    Amazon gives your Kindle Fire a generic name when you register your device. If you want to change the device name, you will need to go to Amazon’s site to configure it.

    Posted December 1, 2011 by

    Kindle Fire: How to Locate the Device’s MAC Address

    If your wireless router uses MAC filtering, you will need to know the Wi-Fi MAC address of your Kindle Fire so that it may connect to the internet.

    Posted November 26, 2011 by

    Which Kindle Should I Buy?

    The Kindle line has expanded to include not only the basic Kindle, but also the Kindle Touch, Kindle Keyboard and the much publicized Kindle Fire. With so many options available, which one is right for you? Here’s a breakdown of each device including how much it will cost and what it can do. Also discussed […]

    Category Entertainment