How to Get Your Kindle onto 3G, 4G, and Ethernet

Alex GizisBlog, How To

We love the Amazon Kindle. It’s amazing to have the world’s biggest bookstore at your fingertips. But, isn’t it frustrating when you’re traveling and you can’t get online to purchase that recently-released book that you’ve been dying to read?

With Connectify Hotspot PRO or MAX installed on your PC laptop, you can easily share Internet from your wired Ethernet, 3G, or 4G LTE USB stick as WiFi, so Kindles and other mobile devices can get online, no matter where you are.

Start a Connectify Hotspot

Step One: Purchase Connectify Hotspot PRO or MAX from the Connectify website: //www.connectify.me/. Note: While there is a free trial version of Connectify Hotspot, sharing 3G/4G or Ethernet connections as WiFi is a PRO & MAX-only feature.

Step Two: Make sure your 3G or 4G device is selected from the ‘Internet to Share’ dropdown. Icons next to each adapter tell you what kind of Internet connection you’re selecting.

Step Three: Give your hotspot a name (SSID) and password. The hotspot name is the network name that other devices will see and connect to using your unique password. Your Connectify Hotspot is a real, working hotspot that you use just like any other wireless network.
Step Four: Click the ‘Start Hotspot’ button to begin sharing your 3G or 4G LTE Internet connection with your Kindle and other Wi-Fi-enabled devices.

Connect Your Kindle to the Connectify Hotspot

  1. From the Home screen, press the Menu button
  2. Select Settings > Wi-Fi Networks
  3. In the list of detected networks, find your Connectify Hotspot’s name (SSID) and select it
  4. When prompted, enter the password that you gave your Connectify Hotspot to connect

There you have it, folks! Getting your Kindle online is easier than ever with Connectify Hotspot PRO or MAX. To get started, visit: www.connectify.me

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