6) Hidden camera All Kindle Fire HDs have a built-in camera, but this is meant solely for use as a web-cam with the Skype app, not for taking photos.
However, you can get around this and unlock the camera by installing an app such as Photo Editor, which can be downloaded from the Amazon Appstore.
You should see a “dog-ear” style bookmark, which can be added or removed.
8) View images full screen If you want to view an image without the text around it, tap on the image to select it and a magnifying glass should appear over it.
To launch the Kindle’s browser, press the Menu button on the home screen, select Experimental, and select Launch Browser.
3) Music player Although your Kindle includes a headphone jack and speakers for listening to audio books as well as using text-to-text speech with e Books, it can also be used as an MP3 player.
Inside this folder, create one or more image gallery folders and place your images into the relevant subfolders.
Once you have disconnected your Kindle from the computer, press Alt Z to rescan the files on the Kindle’s storage and a new option for each image gallery you created should appear in your library.
After ejecting your Kindle, press the Menu button on the home screen and chose Experimental.You can select the quality level and even use your i Phone 4s flashlight.Unfortunately, there is no access to the front camera and the microphone is not used. Still, this is one of the best free apps out there for streaming video.Mini Web Cam is so close to being an essential app.
The free app sends a live video stream out of your i Phone.
Toggle through the images using the following shortcuts: f – Toggle Full-Screen Mode q – Zoom In w – Zoom Out e – Default Zoom c – Actual Image Size r – Rotate Image 5) Screenshots Simply press Alt Shift G to take a screenshot of your Kindle’s screen, with the Shift key being the up arrow on your keyboard.