# Best solutions for (La)TeX on Kindle

I have read Compiling documents online, LaTeX options for kindle?, and some similar Q&A's, but I have more specific question.

What are possible, good solutions for compiling TeX/LaTeX documents from Kindle (3G)? Probably it should be done online. However, Kindle has got some limitations (e.g. bad keyboard, limitations on extensions of loadable files). So which page should be chosen? Or maybe there exists another solution?

Edit (2013-04-08 00:05 CET) An existing answer gives only general ideas. I hope that there are people with some experience in using mobile devices to TeX & Co. exercises.

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It's not really clear, you want to enter TeX file on Kindle, than somehow compile it (via online compiler like ShareLaTex and then get .pdf back to Kindle? I don't think this is possible, but would be happy to know I'm wrong. – m0nhawk Apr 22 '13 at 6:12
@m0nhawk I am afraid that compiling on Kindle is impossible. I hope that there are web pages, where I can compile, change extension and download the result onto Kindle. – Przemysław Scherwentke Apr 22 '13 at 6:29
@PrzemysławScherwentke older kindle devices are based on linux, now they are using android I think. kindle 3g is linux based and it should be possible to get root access and install new programs. so at least theoretically, it should be possible. but I don't have kindle to test it on. – michal.h21 Apr 22 '13 at 9:08