How to Send PDF to Kindle Fire Paperwhite

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How to Send PDF to Kindle Fire: If you’re searching for an simple way to Send PDF files for a Kindle Fire device, Amazon provides a few options for transferring files. Some of them methods need the Kindle Fire device to get connected with your computer with a USB cable, which can not rally the best convenient.

The way we’ve found – the other which can be quickly combined with Win2PDF – will be to send the PDF file just as one email attachment directly that will the Kindle Fire device. The Amazon Kindle Fire ebook reader supports PDF files through Amazon Kindle personal Documents Service. In order to make use service, you should first tell Amazon to take email in your email address. Use the following steps to allow email in your Kindle Fire:

  1. Go in your Kindle Fire Personal Documents Settings page.
  2. Under Approved Personal Document E-mail List, add your own email address.
  3. Within Send to Kindle E-Mail Options, find and also record that Kindle email address. This address should lead to @kindle.com. This will be the address you will send PDF files to.

When the Amazon Personal Document Settings are actually configured, you may send PDF files directly to that Kindle by sending an email using the PDF file attached. Win2PDF users can send the e-mail automatically when saving a PDF file (see these instructions under “How to email a PDF file after creating it?”).

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Please be aware that Amazon charges fees for sending files in your Kindle for many devices.

For Kindle Fire devices with Wi-Fi only (no 3G), there isn’t a charge to get PDF files. The Kindle have to be connected with a Wi-Fi network to have PDF files.

Kindle devices with 3G, Amazon charges one small fee to provide the PDF files over 3G if your Kindle is just not currently connected with a Wi-Fi network. To avoid fees on 3G Kindles, you may use @free.kindle.com since the email address to avoid PDF files from being delivered over 3G.

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