- Connect the Kindle to your computer through the USB cable supplied with it.
- View the contents of your Kindle. It should have the following visible folders: “Documents”, “Audible”, and “Music”.
- Create an additional folder and name it “Pictures”. Double-click your newly created “Pictures” folder and create subfolders for each group of picture you intend to view on your Kindle. i.e. “Vacation”, “Party”, etc.
- Now you can start copying pictures to the subfolders you’ve created. The Kindle will accept the following formats: .JPG, .GIF, and .PNG.
- Unmount the Kindle from your computer.
- At the Kindle’s “Home” screen, press [ALT] + [Z] and the Kindle should recognize the sub-folders you’ve created as “books”. Select any subfolder and click.to view the pictures.
- You can then go forward/backward through your pictures using the Next page and Previous page buttons of the Kindle.
Note: Resize your pictures to lower resolution. High resolution pictures takes a lot of time to render on the Kindle and eventually end up not looking too good on-screen.