If you're thinking of connecting the Mobius action cam directly to the Fire HD it would require an app that works. Currently I do not see the Mobius app available in the Amazon appstore (is available in Google Play). You would also need an OTG cable to connect the cam to your Fire.
Contact Mobius and see if they will provide Amazon a version of their Android app...
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OK, Maybe I need to clarify a bit. The Mobius has a mini USB socket in it. What I wanted to do was be able to plug a cable from there to the KF and transfer the files from the Mobius, so that we can check them out the the field "Literally" to make sure we have what we want.
Alternatively, the Mobius has a Mini SD card, can I get an adaptor that will plug into the KF, that will accept the card, for file transfer.
Thanks for your help, much appreciated.
Edit:- OK, so now I know what an OTG cable is... If I use this, and plug a USB cable from there to the Mobius, will the KF see the card in the Mobius for file transfer, the same as my PC does. I used to do the same with a Samsung tablet, and that worked OK.
Their website is a mess, just need to throw that out there, lol.
They use a micro SD card, not a mini. Same size card slot as the Fire tablets.
IF the card is properly formatted (depends on card size) AND the camera records in a format recognizable by the Fire (Alexander's post #2), then you should be able to insert the card from the cam into the card slot on the Fire and have it recognized. You will more than likely need to download ES File Explorer or similar file manager app from the Amazon appstore to be able to navigate and even play the recordings.
They use a mini-USB. So you will need a mini-USB to USB A-type (male) lead. Probably included with one of their packages. Don't know for sure as again, their website is a mess. The Android OTG cable is a micro-USB to USB A-type (female). Theory, connect the two leads together and the Fire should recognize the camera as a storage device. If it worked on your Samsung tablet, without their company app, then there is a high probability it will work on the Fire as well.
Clear as mud?
You should run this by them and see what they have to say - I'm just basing all this on my experience tinkering with my Fire tablets...