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Connect the Kindle Fire to your computer with a micro-USB cable.Unlock your Kindle Fire. You can do this by sliding the arrow on the touch screen from right to left.Wait for your Windows computer to recognize the Kindle Fire. A pop-up window will display providing you with options for managing the Kindle device.Click on “Open folder to view files.” A new Windows Explorer folder will open to show you the data and content that currently resides on your Kindle Fire.If this pop-up does not appear
click the icon that resembles a folder in the Task Bar to open Windows Explorer. Then click Kindle or Fire below "My Computer"
or "Computer" in the sidebar to the left.Click the "Internal Storage" folder. After you open the Kindle folder on your computer
click the "Internal Storage" folder. This is where you can save files to your Kindle. Drag and drop files to your Kindle. Use Windows Explorer to drag files from other locations on your computer to the Kindle Fire. on your Kindle Fire. Its at the bottom of your Kindle Fire screen.Remove the micro-USB cable from your Kindle Fire. The home screen of your Kindle Fire will display after exiting USB drive mode and be ready for use .Download the Android File Transfer app. In order to transfer files to your Kindle Fire on Mac
you need to download the Android File Transfer app.Read How to Transfer File from Mac to Android to learn how to install the Android File Transfer app. Connect the Kindle Fire to your Mac computer with a micro-USB cable. If you dont have the right port on your Mac
you can buy an adapter online.Slide the arrow on the Kindle Fire screen from right to left. This unlocks your Kindle Fire.Wait for your Mac computer to recognize the Kindle Fire. An icon labeled “Kindle” or "Fire" will appear on the desktop of your Mac.Click on the Kindle or Fire icon on your Desktop. This displays the folders and files of your Kindle Fire in The Finder.Click the "Internal Storage" folder. Its in the Kindle Fire folder when you click on the icon on your desktop. This is where you can save files from your computer to your Kindle.Drag and drop the media files to your Kindle Fire. You can drag and drop files of your choice from your computer to the Kindle Fire using Finder.Close Finder when you are done moving files over to your Kindle Fire. You can do this by clicking the red "x" icon in the upper-left corner of the Finder window.Eject your Kindle Fire. To do this
drag the Kindle icon on your desktop to the trashcan icon in the Dock. The trashcan icon turns into an "Eject" symbol.Disconnect your Kindle Fire from the micro-USB cable. Your Kindle Fire will be ready for use when it displays the home screen .Reconnect your Kindle Fire. If your computer doesnt immediately recognize your Kindle Fire when you connect it using the USB cable
try to disconnect it and reconnect it. Also try using a different USB port and/or cable.Restart your Kindle Fire. If your computer still doesnt recognize your computer
try connecting your Kindle Fire to your PC and then restart your Kindle Fire while it is connected.Update your drivers. On Mac
you can update your drivers and apps in the App Store. On PC
you can search for updates in the Settings menu. You can also update specific drivers using Device Manager. Make sure your USB drivers are up to date.Update the Kindle desktop app. Some users have reported that they updated the Kindle desktop app on their PC fixed issues connecting their Kindle Fire to their computer. You can download the latest version of the Kindle desktop app [here].Install the MTP USB driver. If your Kindle Fire still wont connect after basic troubleshooting steps
it may be missing the diver needed to connect. Use the following steps to install the MTP USB driver. Connect your Kindle Fire to your PC using a USB cable.Press "Windows Key + X".and then click Device Manager.Click the View menu at the top
and then click Show Hidden Devices.Click to expand Portable Devices in Device Manager.Right-click your Kindle Fire device and click Update driver.Click Browse my computer for driver software.Click Let me pick from a list of available drivers on my computer.Click Portable Devices and click Next in the lower-right corner.Click MTP USB device and click Next in the lower-right corner.Click Yes to install the driver.Connect your Kindle Fire as a camera. When you connect your Kindle Fire to your PC
use the drop-down menu to select the option to connect your Kindle Fire as a camera. If you cant find this option in the drop-down menu
you can select this option by opening the Setting menu on your Kindle Fire