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Fire HD and Chromecast?


Monday 29th of July 2013 / forums.androidcentral.com
Des anyone know if Chromecast will work with the Kindle Fire HD?
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Kindle Fire HD response for Chromecast APP


Tuesday 08th of October 2013 / forums.androidcentral.com
This is the response I received from Amazon Kindle Fire Customer Service. Your Account Amazon.com Message From Customer Service Hello, I understand that you'd like to use Google Chromecast with your Kindle Fire HD. I've checked and confirmed that currently Kindle Fire HD does not have the feature to connect with Google Chromecast. I'm sorry for any disappointment caused in this regard. As per your concern I've forwarded your comments to the Kindle development team and let them know that you are interested in this feature. The Kindle development team will carefully review your comments and consider your feedback as we plan further improvements. I understand that this feature would have made our Kindle more efficient and convenient to use. Customer feedback like yours helps us continue to improve the service we provide, and we're glad you took time to write to us. We look forward to see you soon. Best regards,Mustafa Did I solve your problem?Yes No Your feedback is helping us build Earth's Most Customer-Centric Company.Thank you. Amazon.com Original Message Comment sent to
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Amazon Rolls Out Fire OS 3.1 OTA For Kindle Fire Tablets, Introduces Goodreads Integration, Wireless Printing, And More


Monday 18th of November 2013 / feedproxy.google.com
Amazon is now distributing an OTA update for the Fire OS that powers the Kindle Fire HD and HDX tablets. Version 3.1 brings deeper Goodreads integration, so users can more easily share favorite quotes with others, view what their friends are reading, and leave reviews. Readers can also import their Amazon library directly into the social network. This may not be the most exciting new feature, but it makes perfect sense for a tablet that is descendent from a line of e-readers.Fire OS 3.1 updates Amazon's Second Screen service, which lets users send content from their tablet to a TV à la Chromecast. It currently supports Samsung Smart TVs and the PlayStation 3, with the PlayStation 4 set to join the list soon. And for people who don't use their Kindle Fire as a leisure device, this OTA introduces the ability to connect to secure enterprise Wi-Fi networks as well as support for wireless printing.Additional new features:Cloud Collections helps you organize your books, newspapers, magazines, and apps in customized collections for easy reference, and Amazon’s Whispersync tech
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