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    How to use volume buttons to turn pages on Kindle for Android?

    I can easily enjoy reading on my Android device if I could turn the pages using the volume buttons. If I could enable this function I should not depend on the swipe method. Can anyone advise me how to implement this?

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    AndroidExpert AndroidExpert is on a distinguished road
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    Re: How to use volume buttons to turn pages on Kindle for Android?

    Open up Kindle for Android in your device from the app drawer. Then tap on the menu button of the device. Select More option from the list under the menu section. Under the more section select the settings option. Put a check mark against the Volume Buttons Control checkbox. Thus, you will be able to use the volume buttons to turn the pages. I hope you have got enough information regarding your query.

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    Re: How to use volume buttons to turn pages on Kindle for Android?

    Follow the following steps as shown below:-
    1)Go to " App drawer" of your device & Open it.
    2)Now open "kindle" from it.
    3)Select & click on "Menu button ".
    4)Choose "More" option from it.
    5)Now select "setting option " of it.
    6)Choose " Volume button control" from it.
    7)Put a check mark against the option.
    8)After doing this you can use Volume button to turn your device pages.

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    Re: How to use volume buttons to turn pages on Kindle for Android?

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    Steps to follow for turning the pages using the Volume Buttons:

    :: Press ""Menu"" button.

    :: Now select the "more" option from the menu screen.

    :: After that select the "settings" option and then open it.

    :: Once it opens, you have to check the box in front of Volume
    Buttons Control option.

    :: This will turn ON the pages using the Volume Buttons.

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    sumitnath sumitnath is on a distinguished road
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    Re: How to use volume buttons to turn pages on Kindle for Android?

    Hi friends.....

    to use volume buttons to turn pages on Kindle for Android

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    volume buttons to turn pages on Kindle for Android follow the steps below---

    1st-->open the home page of the device.

    2nd-->click the menu option.

    3rd-->Open up Kindle for Android in your device from the app drawer.

    4th-->Select More option .

    5th-->Under the more section select the settings option.

    6th-->Put a check mark against the Volume Buttons Control checkbox.

    7th-->now able to use the volume buttons to turn the pages.

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    vinodmehta vinodmehta is on a distinguished road
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    Re: How to use volume buttons to turn pages on Kindle for Android?

    Hi Friend,

    You can use volume buttons to turn pages on Kindle for Android


    In order to use volume buttons to turn pages on Kindle for Android, you have to follow some steps as recorded below:


    Steps:



    >> Navigate to Home Screen on your Kindle for Android


    >> You have to go to “App Drawer” screen


    >> You can now tap on the Menu icon


    >> Then you should locate and tap on “More” option


    >> Now you can tap on “Settings” option


    >> Here you should search for the option categorized as “Volume Buttons Control”


    >> A checkbox will be displayed adjacent to that label


    >> You have to check that box to activate the option


    >> You have successfully done!!


    It was pleasure to help you. Hope you are satisfied with our reply.


    For any further query kindly post on our forum, we will reply at the earliest

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    Re: How to use volume buttons to turn pages on Kindle for Android?

    Hey Friend,To use volume icons to turn pages on Kindle for Android,you should Home Page on your Kindle for Android.You should go to App Drawer Page.You can now tap on the Menu icon.You should locate and tap on More option.You have to tap on Settings option.Here you should search for the option categorized as Volume Icons Control.A checkbox will be displayed adjacent to that label.You should check that box to activate the option. It was good to help you.

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    mithu ashi mithu ashi is on a distinguished road
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    Re: How to use volume buttons to turn pages on Kindle for Android?

    To use volume buttons to turn pages on Kindle for Android, follow these steps:-
    - Open the app drawer.
    - Locate & launch the Kindle for Android in your device.
    - Select the menu button.
    - Press the more option.
    - Tap on the settings option.
    - The volume buttons control check box must be checked.
    - That's it.

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    Re: How to use volume buttons to turn pages on Kindle for Android?

    Hi,

    Done these steps to use volume buttons to turn pages on kindle for android:

    Open the settings icon.

    Press the kindle button.

    Find the menu option,press it.

    Select the volume control button.

    At last use the volume button.

    !!!!!GOOD LUCK!!!!!

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