Being a Kindle Fire users you might be enjoying full-on gaming and browsing because of its Silk Web browser but what if I tell you can do many things with your Kindle Fire that you are not even aware of, for this, you don’t have to root your Kindle Fire. Here we will tell you some tips and tricks to get more out of it.

Access Quick Settings

Access Quick Settings

You can quickly change its settings on your Kindle Fire through Quick Settings. Let us tell you how useful it is. Simply, go to the home screen and swipe down from the top. You can do various things out there like you adjust screen brightness, enable blue shade for reading sessions after dawn for perfect reading also set your device to Do Not disturb or choose some other options from the full settings menu and if require Kindle help for it do ask for it.

Take a Screenshot

Take a Screenshot

Are you aware that you can take screen shots with your Kindle Fire? All you got to know the key combination and then press it and it triggers a screenshot. The key combination on your Kindle Fire that you have to use is Power + Volume down and then simultaneously press those two buttons for 2-4 seconds and you will hear and see the screen getting captured and you can also take Kindle Fire support in case you are not able to figure how to take a screenshot.

Install the Google Play Store

Install the Google Play Store

However, your Kindle Fire comes with Amazon App Store pre-installed in it and has a great selection but it doesn’t have Google own apps like Gmail. If your Kindle Fire doesn’t have Google Play store installed in it on your Amazon Fire 5th generation you don’t have to root your device. But you need is RootJunky’s SuperTool for it.

For this, you need to enable Developer Options on your Kindle Fire and then go into Debugging and Enable ADB. Next, just install the SuperTool version and turn off the Windows driver signature enforcement and then connect the tablet to your computer.

After all this, now it’s time to launch the SuperTool batch file and install the ADB USB driver on your computer. This tool features step by step instructions so follow the instruction and once all done now you can proceed to install the Google Play Store and remove lock screen ads.

Sideload Apps

Sideload Apps

However, if you don’t want to install apps from the Google store then you can sideload apps from sources like AppsApk.com that means you can download the APK file directly to your Kindle and install it manually.

The process follows as go to settings and under the Personal open security and under Advanced enable this to allow the installation of Apps from unknown sources otherwise you won’t be able to install them. In addition to this, you can also install alternative apps such as -Droid, GetJar, or SlideME but make sure these apps are safe.

Quickly Free Up Space

Quickly Free Up Space

In case your Kindle Fire is getting out of space then you can use the third party apps like Diskusauge or you can also use 1-Tap archive which is an in-built feature of Kindle Fire.

Firstly, open the setting and under the Device, header select storage option and if you have items that you are not used past 30 days then you can archive them that means they get removed from your device but you still access them from the cloud.

Go to View contents to review the items your Kindle considers inactive and uncheck those whom you want to keep on your device and by doing you will be able to see the space you clear and once done just tap Archive Now.

Share Your Account

Share Your Account

This has an amazing feature which lets you add one adult and four children to your device and create an Amazon Household. This feature enables adults to collectively manage content and services for the household.

In case you are a Prime member then you will get more benefits like you even share free shipping video streaming, early access, and access to the Kindle Owners’ Lending Library.

In order to share your account, step ahead to Settings > Profiles & Family Library and either tap Add a second adult profile or Add a child profile.

Change the Wallpaper

Change the Wallpaper

Are you bored of the same wallpaper then you can change it as Kindle Fire comes with the default option to change your wallpaper? Just open Settings > Display > Wallpaper, choose a wallpaper from the default set, or you can pick your own image.

Hope these tips and tricks will let you enjoy your Kindle Fire more. Further, if you find any issue related to your kindle device then you can visit www kindle com support or you can ring us on kindle customer service number and get assistant from kindle experts.

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