How to Manage Device Storage on Kindle Fire and Fire HD

Learn the proper way to manage the device storage on Amazon Kindle Fire and Fire HD, that allow user to manage their device better by remove any item that was no longer needed.

Kindle Fire Troubleshooting

User who has item or content that they no longer use in their Kindle Fire and Fire HD, can remove those items to free up some space for new content. The question is how do people remove the content from their Kindle device?

First thing that people need to know is that the digital purchase people made from Amazon are saved to the Cloud, which means that people can download it again to their device.

It also means that those contents are save to remove because it already stored safely in Amazon Cloud. As for individual app or in app setting, it may lost forever after removal process depends on the developer policy, so check on it first.

To remove an item from Kindle device, follow the guide below:

  1. Go to “Settings” by swipe down the screen, then choose “Storage.”
  2. In here there are several options to choose. If you simply want to remove all item that you haven’t use for a long time, tap “Archive Now.”
  3. If you are not sure, tap “Archive” once to grouped the entire item that has not been used recently and then “View Contents” to archive those items individually.
  4. Other option is “Internal Storage.” It will show you the content by its category. Tap the category to view the list of files and size. If you want to delete it, select the checkbox next to the file and then tap “Remove.”
  5. If you use micro SD card, you will find more option labeled as “SD Card Storage.” Tap on it to manage the content that was stored in there.

Now you have successfully removed unneeded item from your Kindle device. If you think that you no longer need specific item, you can remove it from Cloud storage as well.

You can do this by go to “App or Music > All > press and hold the item > Delete from Cloud.” There you have, and now enjoy more space in your Kindle device.

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