Few days back, The Amazon Kindle Fire has rolled out the new updated with the new improved performances and bug fixes, recently users have been complaining few bugs on their previously version now it’s finally fixed on 6.2.1 and Amazon’s hot selling Kindle Fire is now on the receiving end of the 6.2.1 update, and depending on which side of the fence you are sitting on, it really is a mixed bag.
In additionally the some of features on this update have include removal of books, apps and other content from the carousel of recently used items on the home screen, while the scrolling process is made all the smoother as well you can now issues passworded Wi-Fi Connection to the Kindle Fire and for those who have tech-savvy kids and use this to surf the Internet when parents are not around. As for the others who have not done anything to their Kindle Fire and keep the stock Amazon software, this update will see an improvement in performance. While the Amazon Kindle Fire 6.2.1 update will remove root privileges, it might just cause issues for those who have already rooted their tablets. Also bug in Kindle Fire are fixed on this update due the app crashes and messing the settings for few users.