2.1 Setting up Kindle - the basics

Using tablets is a convenient and flexible way to deploy production tasks and workflows. At Optio, we are committed to helping our clients perform and complete each task with digital efficiency. Check out the few easy steps to unbox a Kindle Fire tablet, connect it to your Wi-Fi and log into an Amazon account.

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2.2 Setting up Kindle - kiosk mode

Tablets are a durable, lightweight, and powerful solution to manage factory floor operations and monitor tasks and workflows real time. Here’s how you can set up your Kindle to prevent it from going back to the lock screen. You first need to activate "Developer Mode", then disable sleep mode when plugged in. We also recommend extending the standard time before sleep to 30 minutes and lock screen orientation for best performance on the factory floor.

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2.3 Setting up Kindle - adding a barcode scanner

Need to set up a barcode system for inventory? Connecting a barcode scanner to your tablet is simple. See how to attach a $25-bar code scanner to your Kindle Fire. The bar code scanner acts as a keyboard and makes it super easy to select the lot you are working on.

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Series Episodes

2.1 Setting up Kindle - the basics
2.2 Setting up Kindle - kiosk mode
2.3 Setting up Kindle - adding a barcode scanner