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Kindle Fire (1st generation) -- incompatible e-books?

I don't get on this board as much as I used to, so it's possible this is old news.  Does anyone have a Kindle Fire (first generation)?  I borrowed an e-book from my library and was surprised to learn that it's not compatible....  It's only four years old-- I know, not new by any means, but I guess I thought in this short of a time frame I'd at least be able to load all Kindle e-books on it.  I don't even use it for apps-- my son just uses it for e-books.

I'm hoping I'm incorrect and there's a work around.  Any advice?

Thanks.

Re: Kindle Fire (1st generation) -- incompatible e-books?

  • Is it in a format that can't be read on a kindle? My library has two formats for ebooks and one isn't compatible with kindle
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  • Nope, it's in Kindle format-- just not compatible with first gen Kindle Fire (not HD version).  I can get it from Amazon, but when I go to "manage content and devices", my Kindle Fire is grayed out (not able to deliver it to that device).
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