How To Download and View Pictures on Your Kindle (Modified)

1. Connect kindle to your computer via USB cable.

2. Click on “My computer” and identify Kindle as a removable device on your computer.

3. Click to open and ID the document, Audible, and music folder.

4. Create and add a new folder and name it “Pictures.”

5. Create and name sub-folders in this “Picture” folder, one for each group of pictures you will download.

6. Copy pictures to the appropriate sub-folder with either the .jpg, gif, or .png format.

7. Disconnect Kindle from the computer.

8. Go to your Kindle “Home” screen, press  and hold ALT + Z until Kindle recognizes the sub-folder you created as a book and it appears on the screen. Use the select key to open and view the photos.

9. Navigate forward and backward using the “Next page” and “previous page” button.

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5 Responses

  1. I have followed these instructions for downloading pics to the Kindle to the letter and when I hit Alt Z, nothing happens. Help?

  2. Instead of using “Alt + Z,” press the “Home” key, scroll down, locate the picture file, use the select key to open and view the photos. Use the “Prev page” and “Next page” button to navigate forward and backward.

  3. I don’t see any folders in my Home screen. The only items I see on the Home screen are the contents of the \documents folder. The Kindle doesn’t display th e \Audible or \music folders either, just the documents contents.

    • Try this for step #8, it worked perfectly for me: Go to your Kindle “Home” screen, press and hold ALT + Z until Kindle recognizes the sub-folder you created as a book and it appears on the screen. Use the select key to open and view the photos

      Let me know if it worked this time.

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