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Have many files on computer and look for a way to transfer files to Kindle via Dropbox? This article tells you how to use Dropbox to transfer files to Kindle.

Have many files on computer and look for a way to transfer files to Kindle via Dropbox? This article tells you how to use Dropbox to transfer files to Kindle.

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    • Articles from Free PDF to Word BlogHow to Transfer Files to Kindle Fire via Dropbox2012-02-02 11:02:08 adminI have mentioned several ways to transfer MOBI eBooks to Kindle the other day. And they are the mainways to send files to Kindle. However, in that article, I neglected the Cloud-based way, say how to useGoogle Docs, MobileMe, Huddle, Box and so on to transfer files to Kindle. Here I’d like to make it up byintroducing how to use Dropbox to transfer files to Kindle Fire.To transfer files to Kindle Fire with Dropbox, you need to download the Dropbox for computer and registeran account beforehand. Here are the steps for how to get the Dropbox prepared. 1. Download and intall Dropbox. When you begin to install the app, it will ask you to create an account. When the registration pop-up appears during the installation, fill in with user name, email and passwords. 2. Drag and drop the files, videos, songs and eBooks to the folder named “Public” in Dropbox.Note: Make sure these target files are compatible with Kindle Fire. Videos should be in MP4 format.Songs need to be in MP3 format. And eBooks should be in AZW, MOBI and TXT format. If not, change thevideo format, say convert EPUB to Kindle format.Next, use QuickOffice for Kindle Fire to access to Dropbox. Launch the QuickOffice app, tap on the‘Browse’ icon to enter the File Manager. At the bottom, tap the little square with a “+” sign to access toDropbox. Of course, you need to sign in the Dropbox with the account you’ve created for the desktopDropbox. Click to read and manage files you’ve transferred to Kindle with Dropbox.
    • See, just in two steps you’ve successfully transferred files to Kindle via Dropbox. Many people said theyare now playing around with Dropbox. It is so convenient. In this way, you do not need to connect yourKindle with your computer or email the files to Kindle. And the files you read on Kindle are always thenewest ones because you can control the files remotely and update the files whenever you like.------------------This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 UnportedLicense.