As world's most advanced tablet, the all-new Kindle Fire HD features with stunning 1280x800 HD display, exclusive Dobly audio and the dual-band, dual antenna Wi-fi for over 40% faster speeds.
For those people whose main use for a tablet is entertainment, there's plenty to love about the Kindle Fire HD. With the Kindle Fire HD, you will have full access to over 22 million movies, TV shows, songs, magazines, books, audiobooks, and popular apps and games. With Amazon Prime, Kindle owner's lending library, kindle owners can borrow over 180, 000 titles as frequently as a book a month for free with no waiting and no due dates.
Really like the unparalleled entertainment experience Kindle Fire HD bring to you? However, sometimes, what really discourage you is that the data files such as photos, music, videos, document files stored on your Kindle Fire HD will lose due to this or that reason. Some files are very important to you and you really can't lose them. Don't worry.
Kindle Fire HD File Recovery will provide a one-stop solution for Kindle Fire HD users to get back all your precious data files. It can implement a full scan of your Kindle Fire HD devices to find all the recoverable files, and then recover Kindle Fire HD deleted/formatted/corrupted photos, music, videos and documents with the following formats:
1.Install and launch Odboso File Retrieval, start with the recovery wizard.
2.Select storage device to scan.
Connect your Kindle Fire HD to the computer through a USB cable. The program will automatically detect your Kindle Fire HD will display it as a 'File-Stor Gadget' under the 'Physical Drives' region. Select it and then click 'Next'.
3.Select file types to recover.
Select your desired fire types such as image files '.jpg .jpeg', 'bmp', 'png', 'gif', document files '.doc', '.docx' , '.pdf' and multimedia files '.3gp', '.mp4', '.mp3', 'wav', '.midi' to scan and recover, Then hit 'Next'.
4.Restore Kindle Fire lost data files.
During the scanning process, the program will generate thumbnails of the recoverable files. Double click the files to have a large preview of them.
When the scan is finish, check the files that you want to recover, then click right-bottom 'Next' to restore them back.
5. Specify an output folder to store the recoverable files.