Book lovers no longer need to lug around a number of hardback favorites, thanks to lightweight devices like the Amazon Kindle. This eBook reader make it possible to carry around your whole collection in your pocket, saving you space and weight, and sparing you the trauma of accidentally ripping the cover of your favorite read.
“Can you add and upload documents to Kindle devices from your local drive? I want to add non-Amazon eBooks to Kindle Paperwhite but have found no solution to do this. Please show me how to upload a document to my Kindle device in detail. What kind of tool should I use for uploading document to Kindle device?”
Amazon Kindle is a great eBook reader, but it’s tightly tied to Amazon’s ecosystem. Well, sort of using a bit of free software, you can take eBooks in the EPUB, Mobi, and PDF formats and zap them over to your Kindle lickety-split. Here’s how to do it.
#Method – 1 – Transferring Over USB
Transferring files to your Amazon Kindle doesn’t have to involve the cloud. After connecting your Kindle to your computer with its USB cable, you will find it available as its own drive letter in the Computer window.
Just drag and drop eBooks and other documents to the Kindle’s Documents folder.
❗ Amazon Kindle Supported File Types
Microsoft Word (.DOC, .DOCX), HTML (.HTML, .HTM), RTF (.RTF), Text (.TXT), JPEG (.JPEG, .JPG), GIF (.GIF), PNG (.PNG), BMP (.BMP), PDF (.PDF), EPUB (.EPUB)
Documents transferred to your Kindle in this way won’t automatically transfer to your new Kindle.
#Method – 2 – Send to Kindle for PC/Mac
After you install it, you’ll find a “Send to Kindle” option in your right-click menu.
In Explorer, right-click on the file you want to send and select Send to > Kindle.
Select your device and hit “Send” button.
Open the Send to Kindle app to upload by drag-and-drop.
#Method – 3 – Transferring via Email
Open Amazon, in your computer’s web browser. This will open your Amazon home page if you’re logged in then select Account & Lists. It’s in the upper-right side of the page. A drop-down menu will appear.
Click Your Content and Devices. You will find this option in the lower-right side of the drop-down menu.
Click the Preferences tab. It’s at the top of the page. Scroll down and click Personal Document Settings. You will find this heading near the middle of the page. Clicking it prompts several options to appear below the heading.
Click the Add a new approved e-mail address link. It’s at the bottom of the Personal Document Settings heading’s section. A pop-up window will appear.
Type in the email address that you use for your Kindle, then click Add Address.
Open your preferred email inbox on your computer. Create a new email , then add your Kindle’s email address to the “To” text field.
Add your eBook as an attachment. Click the “Attachment”, then select your eBook’s file.
Click the Send button to do so. As long as your Kindle is connected to Wi-Fi, the eBook will be received and downloaded onto your Kindle.
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