Amazon has begun pushing a new software update for its one and only Android OS powered Kindle Fire tablet. If you are a Kindle Fire owners who have little ones, this is a worthy update. The new version bumps the software version of the Amazon Kindle Fire up to v6.3.1, carrying the additional parenting controls and some other features.
With the help of this latest update from the online shopping giant, parents can enable the password-protect purchases, disable specific content libraries. and you can also disable the Silk browser. So, you can stop your child purchase something, accessing adult books (I mean naughty books). You can also share notes and passages of books directly from Kindle Fire by highlighting and select “share”. The update is also bringing Book Extras, Print Replica Textbooks, movie rentals, faster re-connect of Wi-Fi, additional enhancements, Reading View for Amazon Silk.
There will be no OTA installation as this will require you to head on over to Amazon’s website to complete the upgrade by connecting your Kindle Fire tablet to a PC machine via an USB cable with a solid Wi-Fi connection and some patience as you’d need to download a hefty 199MB update.
You can download the v6.3.1 update for Kindle Fire from the link provided here at below.