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In order to remove the book/app from your cloud, you'll need to visit Visit amazon.com/myk. Log into your account and find the book/app. Click the "actions" link to the right of the title. Under it you'll have the option to delete it permanently. After you do so, you'll have the repurchase the book if you want to read it again.
I am assuming that you are talking about Kindle Fire which runs (heavily modified) Android OS. All purchases made on a Kindle are linked to whatever Amazon account you are signed in with, not the actual device. If you wish for your purchases to be separated, you will need to have a different Amazon account for your second Kindle Fire. Now the problem is ...
Nope. Not nuts. Yup. They rolled out a version without full screen for some reason. From an e-mail inquiry: Note: As part of this redesign, we have temporarily removed the Full Screen feature. We plan to bring this feature back in the coming months and apologize for any inconvenience.
It currently doesn't sync outside content with your phone, no pdfs, txts, emails... only kindle books you get from amazon. I have tried to manually load pdfs with no luck. I believe the functionality is planned but not yet implemented.
On my tablet (non-rooted) it exists at storage\emulated\0\Android\data\com.amazon.kindle\files\ Mine has about 500 folders, which, I assume is one per book. The names are some 10-character string of the form Bxxxxxxxxx, where x is alphanumeric. Inside each are a few files devoted to the book, probably the text in the file Bxxxxxxxxx_ebok.prc (it has the ...
If you look at your Manage Your Kindle page on Amazon (the same page where you set the email address up) you can see that the Kindle email address is specifically assigned to one Kindle device. If you had more than one Kindle device, then you can assign different email addresses to each. The upside of this for Kindle owners is that you and other family ...
Have you gone into your account on Amazon and registered the Kindle for Android app that you downloaded to your account. You need to do that before you will be able to view Amazon content on your Kindle for Android App. Try going to your account on Amazon. Then go to Digital Content. Then under Digital Management, go to Manage Your Kindle. Then, on the left ...
If your device is rooted, you can use BubbleUPnP (in the Play Store) as an Xposed module. Then you can cast the phones audio to your chromecast or TV via DLNA.
/proc isn't a real filesystem, so the 'files' in it can't be changed by normal means. Rather, it gives file-like access to the system state. The only way to change what it reports is to actually change the system: in this case, that means flashing your device with an engineering ROM instead of a production ROM.
The kindle fire does not support Google Play or Jelly Bean. I would guess that is the root of your problem. You are trying to run an application that doesn't work on a device with an OS that it wasn't meant to run. Edit: If you are attempting to install them via the market web page front end then you are only doing the latter of the above. Either way though ...
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