Copies of Kindle Fire computer tablet manuals, as well as user guides, instructional videos and tutorials are available on the Amazon website in the form of PDF files, articles and how-to videos. The operation manuals for second generation Kindle Fire devices are also available on the device and can easily be accessed at the user's convenience.
Kindle Fire is the LCD computer tablet version of Amazon's Kindle e-reader devices. The tablet was first introduced in November 2011, which ran on a customized Android version, and featured a 7-inch IPS touchscreen, 512 megabytes of RAM, a Texas Instruments dual-core processor and 8 gigabytes of internal storage. The tablet was designed and manufactured for Amazon by Quanta Computer. The second generation Kindle Fire was launched in September 2012 and the specs of the upgraded device feature 1 gigabyte of RAM and an Android Fire version 4.0.3.
One of the usual complaints about the Kindle Fires is that the devices severely restrict the user's access to apps associated with Google. These include the Chrome browser, Google Maps, Gmail and Google Play, along with the thousands of apps that are available on Google Play, such as Instagram and Dropbox.
User guides, manuals and instructional videos for Kindle Fire are available on the Help and Support page of the Amazon website. As of February 2015, the Amazon Help and Support page has support for the first generation Kindle Fire, up to the Kindle Fire HDX 8.9.