In This Chapter
Setting up your Kindle Fire HDX
Playing with libraries, the Carousel, and Favorites
Transferring data from your PC or Mac
Getting help with Amazon Assist
The basics of using Kindle Fire HDX are. . . well, pretty basic. You start by turning it on and following a set of extremely short and simple instructions to set it up and register it, and then you can begin to get acquainted with its features.
In this chapter, I help you to get familiar with what comes in the box, explore the interface (what you see on the screen), and start to use your fingers to interact with the touchscreen. To round out your introduction to Kindle Fire HDX basics, you begin to get a sense of how things are organized on Kindle Fire HDX's Home screen and learn how to use the new Amazon Assist help feature.
There's always a logical place to start building a fire. In this case, forget the logs and matches, and get started by examining what comes in the Kindle Fire HDX box and learn how to turn your new tablet on and off. The first ...