Transfer Music from Computer to Kindle Fire
Newly purchased a Kindle Fire? This tablet is really charming. Compared with iPad, Kindle Fire is much smaller, and easy to carry. On the way in the work, the way to work, listening songs with Kindle Fire is a great choice. You can purchase the latest songs on Amazon store, or you can also transfer stored or purchased songs to Kindle Fire from computer or PC.
For me, my favorite songs are stored on my laptop. There songs are collected within several years. Some of them are downloaded from iTunes store, some of them are shared from my friends, and some of them are copied from CD, etc. Therefore, the first thing after purchasing Kindle Fire is to transfer music from computer to Kindle Fire, so as to make full use of my music collections.
There is a problem, however. Some songs have DRM copyright protection. So you can't transfer DRM protected songs to Kindle Fire for playing directly. You have to remove DRM, and DRM Media Converter can remove DRM form music and also convert music formats.
Kindle Fire supports audios of on-DRM AAC, MP3, MIDI, OGG, WAV, MP4, VP8.
The article only works with Windows, for Mac users, please use DRM Converter for Mac.
Part 1: Remove DRM from Music and Convert to Kindle Fire
Step 1. Run DRM Media Converter. Load your songs to the software.
Step 2. Choose Kindle Fire supported music format such as MP3.
Step 3. Hit Convert button to remove DRM and convert music to Kindle Fire.
Part 2: Transfer Music from Computer to Kindle Fire
Step 1. Link Kindle Fire to computer with USB cable. Open "My Computer", and you will see a drive called "Kindle".
Step 2: Find the folder which stores songs you wanna transfer to Kindle Fire on computer. Drag and drop the files to Kindle Fire folder.
Step 3. Remove the connection by following safely remove the drive. See whether the songs can be seen on your Kindle Fire.
After transfer music from computer to Kindle Fire, you can enjoy your favorite songs on Kindle Fire wherever you are!