How would you like to connect your Kindle Fire to your TV? If you have a first generation Kindle Fire HD, then you can! (If you have a new HD/HDX see the important note below.)
All you need is a Kindle Fire accessory and an HDTV, and you can easily hook up your tablet to your TV! How about I show you how?
To be able to hook your Kindle Fire up to an HDTV, your tablet needs to either have the necessary HDMI port, Miracast, or Second Screen capability. Unfortunately, the first and second generation Kindle Fires don't have either of these abilities.
This tutorial is specifically for the First Generation Kindle Fire HD (2012)!
For those of you with the Second Generation HD I have a note in my new tutorial that explains how you can do this with Second Screen and what is required to do so.
(If you don't know which tablet you have, see my infographic showing how you can know.)
There are several benefits for being able to connect your device to your TV. Here are a few of the ones I've enjoyed using:
So the first thing you need is access to an HDTV. Got it? Good!
The second item you need is an HDMI to HDMI Micro cord.