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That miscellaneous memory is the Kindle Fire's operating system. All the data that is used to run the Kindle Fire is contained within that memory space. If you were to somehow delete that information, your Kindle would stop working. In short, that memory is untouchable.
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You will need to remove some of the other data stored on the Kindle. You may uninstall Applications.
Once you do that, you will have more storage to play with.
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