You can easily share with your friends or family members whatever is shown on your Kind Fire (including Kindle Fire HD, and Kindle Fire HDX) screen: web pages, product images, photos, book pages, app screen, and game achievement screen.
Of course, what can be shared is the screenshot, not the video file, or the app itself. This Kindle Fire Guide will show you how to take screenshots on your Kindle Fire tablet easily.
Taking screenshots on Kindle Fire tablets is really very easy and simple. You do not need any apps.
In fact, most screen capture apps require a rooted tablet. So, don’t consider any apps to take screenshots on Kindle Fire tablets.
You do not need ADB, which requires a USB connection to a PC for your Kindle Fire tablet. Many app developers like to use this heavy tool.
To take screenshot on Kindle Fire (including Fire HD, Kindle Fire HD, and Kindle Fire HDX), you can simply press and hold both the Power and Volume down key for about three seconds.
You will hear the camera shutter click. Then, the screenshot is saved into your Photos. You can check the screenshot taken in Photos at any time.
If you want, you can edit it on Kindle Fire using all available photo editing tools on the tablet. The screenshot is saved as just a normal image file.
Is taking screenshots for Kindle Fire very simple? This method of taking screenshots is native to all Android phones (Kindle Fire is powered by Fire OS, which is a customized Android) . So if you have other Android phones, you can try this method to take a screenshot next time. It should work.
If you have any questions about capturing the screen for Kindle Fire, please let us know in the comment box below.
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