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Here are some common Kindle Fire problems, and how to fix them
The Kindle Fire lineup has been a success story for Amazon. It all started with the original Kindle Fire, but Amazon has upgraded and overhauled its Android offerings since then. With its most recent Fire tablets, Amazon has dropped the Kindle name altogether. Below we have some possible solutions and workarounds to try and help you get past them. Some Fire tablet owners have run into issues with sudden and unexplained battery drain. Thankfully, there are several things you can try to alleviate the problem. There are a couple of different ways to tackle this.
Joel Suk. Yesterday, my kindle was fully functioning, but this morning, it seemed like the bottom half of my screen was blank. I can not see the bottom part of the home page, my books, the shop, or anything. Jess Dack. I woke up in the morning and the bottom half doesn't work. Many sites say this is because i have dropped it or the screen was impacted but I know this is not the case. My dad works with someone who knows a lot about this stuff so I got him to check it out and he said that replacing the screen would be a nightmare as they glue the screens on newer versions such as mine.
An e-book won’t open or stops responding
As with most technology, you may, at times, experience freezing or slow response on your Kindle Paperwhite. Most often, the solution is simple. Try these steps if your Kindle freezes up on you. If that is the case, remove the item to see whether that solves the problem. Remember, if you bought the book from Amazon, it will be stored in the Cloud and you can redownload it to your device.
If your Fire tablet or Kindle e-reader screen is slow to respond or freezes, restart your device or try the following troubleshooting steps. Press and hold, or slide and hold, the Power button for a full 40 seconds. Even after the screen goes blank, continue to hold for 40 seconds, then let go. Press or slide the power button to restart if the device does not start up again on its own. If the screen is still unresponsive, plug in your device using the USB cord or power adapter that came with it. We recommend charging Fire tablets with an Amazon power adapter. Let the device charge for 30 minutes, unplug it, and then try to restart again.