Frameo App For Kindle Fire

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This article has been viewed 44,638 times. If you have photos in a camera that you want to transfer to a Kindle Fire, you can transfer them easily through your computer. All you need is a micro-USB cable for the Kindle and a USB cable for your particular camera model. Alternatively, you can use a USB card reader for your camera memory card, which you can then use to connect to the computer.

Connect your camera to your computer. Plug the USB cable into the camera’s USB port. Then plug the larger USB 2.0 end of the cable to a vacant USB slot on your computer.[1]XResearch sourceIf you’re using a USB card reader, remove the memory card from the camera (consult your camera’s manual for the card slot’s location) then insert the memory card into a compatible slot in a USB card reader.

Afterwards, plug the card reader into a vacant USB port on your computer.

XResearch source. If you’re using a USB card reader, remove the memory card from the camera (consult your camera’s manual for the card slot’s location) then insert the memory card into a compatible slot in a USB card reader.

  • Afterwards, plug the card reader into a vacant USB port on your computer. Access the camera’s memory.On Windows, go to My Computer and access the camera’s memory from there. Click on the removable disk, or camera, that comes up in the list of accessible storage devices.
  • Select the DCIM folder, which is where all the videos and pictures taken by the camera are stored.[2]XResearch sourceOn Mac, the camera’s storage will appear on the desktop automatically.
  • Simply click the hard drive icon that comes up to access it. Click on the DCIM folder to access the photos. On Windows, go to My Computer and access the camera’s memory from there. Click on the removable disk, or camera, that comes up in the list of accessible storage devices. Select the DCIM folder, which is where all the videos and pictures taken by the camera are stored.[2]XResearch source.
  • XResearch source. On Mac, the camera’s storage will appear on the desktop automatically. Simply click the hard drive icon that comes up to access it. Click on the DCIM folder to access the photos.

Copy the photos you want to transfer over to your Kindle Fire. Copy photos by highlighting the ones you want to copy and pressing CTRL + C (Windows) or CMD + C (Mac). Locate a folder in your computer where you want to transfer the photos.

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