Thursday, 3 April 2014

Encrypt your Kindle Fire HDX

Device encryption may be an excellent way to keep your information secure just in case it falls into the incorrect hands

it may be overkill and there is sometimes a performance hit to a tool that is been encrypted. employing a PIN code to lock the device is sometimes a good deterrent and code tools like notice My iPhone and android Device Manager will facilitate track, lock, or wipe lost devices.

Here's how to encrypt it:

Step 1: Make sure you have the latest version of Fire OS installed, then fully charge your Kindle Fire HDX.

Step 2: With your Kindle Fire HDX plugged in to a wall charger, go to Settings > Security, then select Encryption.

Step 3: Tap on the "Encrypt tablet" button. If your Fire HDX isn't fully charged or plugged in, you won't see this option.

Step 4: If you have a PIN, you'll need to enter it, then set an encryption password. This password is different than your lock screen PIN. It will be used only when you boot up the Kindle Fire HDX.

Step 5: After you've entered your encryption password, tap the "Continue" button to begin the encryption process.

Your Kindle Fire HDX will reboot, then begin encrypting. Depending on the amount of data stored on your Kindle Fire HDX, the process could take up to an hour to complete, though our test Kindle only took 12 minutes.

Security Tablets Amazon Encryption Kindle Kindle Fire.

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