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Booklet -- Kindle Fire for Dummies
on March 27, 2012
The "Kindle Fire for Dummies" did not quite come up to my expectations. It covered the basics fairly well, but I had thought that it would go into much more depth than it did. I still have many questions about the Kindle Fire that have gone unanswered. Of those questions:
1. How do I go about sharing a book between me on my Kindle Fire and my wife on her Kindle Fire. I could not find anything on that topic and I surely don't want to have to purchase the book twice, especially since that feature is part of the Kindle Fire marketing material.
2. What's the difference between reading a book from the "cloud" and one that was downloaded?
3. When a book is "downloaded" to one of our Kindle Fire's, why does the Kindle Fire come back with "No wi-fi connection" when we attempt to continue reading that book. What happens when you are in a car, or airplane and there's no wi-fi connection available. If the book is downloaded, it shouldn't require any wi-fi in our thinking.
These are some of the questions that I had expected to be answered when I purchased the "Kindle Fire for Dummies", but were not covered. Therefore, I'm disappointed in this purchase.