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What file format does kindle for android use?
Im new to this, but I have an Andoid cell phone with the Kindle App installed on it. The only way I could get it ti recognize ebooks were to convert them to .PRC file format. THen place the files into the Kindle directory on the SD card of my phone.
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new mac computers use PNG to create their screen shot files - they have very small file sizes. new mac computers use PNG to create their screen shot files - they have very sm…all file sizes. PNG is usually used for images with transparent pixels because PNG accepts transparent areas on image and jpeg doesnt. PNG is larger in size then jpeg but give better quality because doesnt compress file as much as jpeg on save.
Well, usually .azw for books, but it can also read .txt files and .MOBI files. From Amazon Kindle User's Manual: Supported Formats for Conversion In addition to the file… formats listed above, you can also convert other personal documents to read on your Kindle. The supported file formats are listed below: • Microsoft Word (.DOC) • Structured HTML (.HTML, .HTM) • JPEG (.JPEG, .JPG) • GIF (.GIF) • PNG (.PNG) • BMP (.BMP) • Compressed ZIP (.ZIP) In addition to the above the Kindle can also display PDF formated documents.
When a picture is saved uncompressed from paint. You should use PNG instead of BMP as it still retains the quality loss-less but compresses it.
The formatting using its own file system is logical drive.
It works on most computers to go on picnic with images and reduce megabite size
The Kindle Fire technically has Android, the Fire runs on Amazon's highly customized version of Android 2.3.
No Kindles are Android except the Kindle Fire, which runs a highly customized version of Android 2.3.
just type in kindle in the android market
The iPad uses 'ipa' format for it's own apps, however it can open or view HTML, DOC, PDF, TXT, XLS, MOV, AVI, MP3, M4A and many other file formats.
If you are connected to a computer via an USB adaptor, you shouldbe able to see the files from a file manager. If you aren't able tosee it, you can either use an app called Ai…rDroid, and it cansimply display what's in your device on a connected desktop orlaptop. You can also use your phone manufacturer's file manager,which you can find from the manufacturer site. If you use a AppleOS computer, you can use Android File Transfer (free software). Ifyou don't have a computer to connect to, there are various filemanager apps (both free and paid) that you can use to move files toyour SD card.
No Kindle isn't Android.
Yes, you can use SuperBeam in computer to share files to Android. You just need to click on the file you want to share and choose the share with SuperBeam option.
Kindle format is azw3, azw, mobi, prc, tpz, etc.
DV is a compression format specifically designed for editing and will work in any version of iMovie or any other Apple editor for that matter. Check: http://zip-7.com/. …MOV is just a file container. Whether or not an MOV file will import to iMovie '08 depends on what audio and video compression formats the file contains. IMovie looks for DV, AIC, M-JPEG, Photo-JPEG, MPEG-4, and H.264 files for file import or DV, HDV, AVCHD, or MPEG2/AC3 for camcorder import.
Epub is the standard format, but it also is reported to support the following formats: PDF, CBZ, XLS, DOC, PPT, TXT, DOCM, XLSM, PPTM, PPSX, PPSM, DOCX, XLSX, and PPTX.