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No I couldn't do any thing with it very hard to use
By tyrone g brooks on June 20, 2014
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I think that @jabber and @frans have fairly answered your question. Like @frans has said, instead of USB cable, you do it over WiFi, directly with whatever device. However, even as a disk on WiFi vs. USB cable, it doesn't work well. Now that there are many more cloud services available, I don't think this thing is wort… see more I think that @jabber and @frans have fairly answered your question. Like @frans has said, instead of USB cable, you do it over WiFi, directly with whatever device. However, even as a disk on WiFi vs. USB cable, it doesn't work well. Now that there are many more cloud services available, I don't think this thing is worth it. It was initially meant to off load your WiFi capable device to external storage. The real downside is that, for example, you take a bunch of pictures on your phone/table/phablet and you fill up the storage, and if you can't move it to an SD card or something to that effect, you put it into this drive, remember that when you get home, you either use the USB port and download the files, and worst case is you disconnect your PC/Mac or whatever, from your home network, connect to the drive and then download into your computer. Keep it on your computer and then reconnect to your home network.
This product was so horrible, that I eventually broke it open to take out the drive and put it in a regular cheapo case to use as only a USB drive. But it is only 16GB. Totally lame product. Wasn't worth the effort to return it. I'm rather surprised it is still being sold. If you didn't buy it already, don't. If it's on its way, cancel the order. It's not worth $30. I would do the same thing I did to mine even if someone gave it to me another one for free. see less

By ManoaHI on January 8, 2015
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The wi-drive generates a wifi hotspot you can hookup to your device through a wi-drive app and see its hard drive. There is a wi-drive app (Kindle Edition) that you can add to your device for this. Here is the URL for the manual http://media.kingston.com/support/downloads/WiDrive_KF_UserManual.pdf and it explains wha… see more The wi-drive generates a wifi hotspot you can hookup to your device through a wi-drive app and see its hard drive. There is a wi-drive app (Kindle Edition) that you can add to your device for this. Here is the URL for the manual http://media.kingston.com/support/downloads/WiDrive_KF_UserManual.pdf and it explains what's needed. see less
By KC on June 4, 2013
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Honestly I am not 100% sure. If you can load the software it should work. I've used it on apple products and also my Nexus 7 with no issues. I don't have a Kindle but I do have a Nook with an Nook to Android card so I can load the wi drive software from the android store and I'm certain it will work. I would try Kings… see more Honestly I am not 100% sure. If you can load the software it should work. I've used it on apple products and also my Nexus 7 with no issues. I don't have a Kindle but I do have a Nook with an Nook to Android card so I can load the wi drive software from the android store and I'm certain it will work. I would try Kingston tech support as they are quite helpful. I used to work for them for about 5 years but no longer working there for 2 years now so I don't keep up to date on this item now. Sorry I could not give you a definite answer but as I mentioned if you can load the software and have wifi it should work. see less
By Adrian A Lazatin on December 3, 2013
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did not store epub
By Guy on November 21, 2013
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