FAQ: Viewing recipes on the Kindle Fire
Export recipes to your Kindle Fire using FTP
Once you have organized your recipes in Home Cookin, you can easily export your favorites to your Kindle Fire for viewing on the go. You can also send your
grocery shopping list
to the Kindle Fire.
Make sure you have a wireless connection (WiFi) to your computer.
Install these two free apps on your Kindle Fire (other similar apps work well also):
. To transfer files from your computer to your Kindle Fire.
. To view your files once they are on your Kindle Fire.
Open the WiFi Transport app on your Kindle Fire. The FTP server should start automatically.
On the Home Cookin index screen, check the boxes next to the recipes you want to send to your Kindle Fire. (Press Control+A to select all recipes in the current chapter.)
button then select
Export to your tablet
from the popup menu.
MOBI - Best for Kindle Fire
format and click
Enter a title for the eBook, and click OK.
Enter the FTP host and port as displayed at the top of the WiFi Transport app on your Kindle Fire. Set the directory name to
, and leave the remaining fields blank.
Click OK. The file should upload to your Kindle Fire and display a success message when finished.
Close the WiFi app on your Kindle Fire, then open the File Manager app.
Open the Documents folder and you should see the
Open the Recipes.mobi file to view your recipes like any other eBook.
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