Transfer Kindle Books to Your Kindle via USB
By Leslie H. Nicoll, Harvey Chute. If you have files on your computer that you need on your Kindle Paperwhite, you can transfer these with ease. Although e-mailing or sending a document to your Kindle Paperwhite is fast and easy, connecting your Kindle via USB cable and transferring books via drag-and-drop is simple too. Both Macintosh and Windows users can download and transfer Kindle content and personal documents from their computers to their Kindles through the USB connection.
If you don't have a Wi-Fi connection, you can transfer Kindle books, magazines, and newspapers from a computer to your Kindle e-reader via USB. You can transfer books, magazines, and newspapers from a computer via USB to your Kindle e-reader, 3rd generation or newer. For any Kindle e-reader, 6th generation or newer: Go to Manage Your Content and Devices and locate the content you want to transfer to your Kindle. Select the Actions drop-down menu, select your Kindle, and then click Download. From the drop-down menu, select your Kindle, and then click Download. Important: Note which folder you download your content file to. You will transfer your content from this folder to your Kindle.
The hard way is much more useful and works from any email account, but the easy way works just as well and is less hassle. The easy way to send ebooks and documents to your Kindle Cloud is to install an app called Send2Kindle. There's a version for Windows , OSX , and Android , and once it is installed and configured it is dead simply to use. For the PC app, simply select the file you wish to send in Windows explorer, for example , right click on it, and choose the Send2Kindle option. And do you know the best part about Send2Kindle? When you run the app, it will create a window. Any compatible file which you drag to that window and release will be sent to your Kindle Cloud.
Transfer all kinds of books to your Kindle in no time flat
This wikiHow teaches you how to add eBooks to your Amazon Kindle. To put books on a Kindle, start by connecting your Kindle to Wi-Fi and then logging into your Amazon account on a computer. Next, click the checkbox to the left of the book you want to put on your Kindle, and then click on "Deliver," followed by the "Devices Selected" box. Finally, choose your Kindle in the drop-down menu before clicking on "Deliver. This article was co-authored by our trained team of editors and researchers who validated it for accuracy and comprehensiveness. Categories: Amazon Kindle. The wikiHow Tech Team also followed the article's instructions and validated that they work.