Move kindle content to SD card

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    I'm still getting used to my Toshiba Tablet. My kindle books have transferred OK to my Tablet, but I want to save space by running Kindle from my SD card. When I click on 'Kindle' directory, it says 'This fold is empty'. Can anyone explain how to move Kindle and my Kindle content from Tablet's internal memory to my SD card.
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    I put media on my sd card using my pc or netbook. Writing usable files to an sd card is something I have not been able to do with Honeycomb, which I consider a deficiency in the operating system. Gingerbread lets the user do it.

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    I've been wondering about this myself, on my Galaxy Tab 7 plus, running Honeycomb, I can read from the external microSD, but can't write to it. On my Transformer I have full read/write capability. I'm starting to think this is something engineered by Asus rather than a function of Android Honeycomb. Seems very odd to me.

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