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The books that have already been downloaded to the Kindle will remain there. The books on your cloud account will also remain there, and be accessible if you re-register your Kindle. If you register to a different account, the books on that account will be accessible.

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My paperwhite kindle{Cloud Kindle} is gone.How can I deriger it now


If your kindle is gone then you can deregister your kindle by following these steps:
  • To deregister a device from Amazon Video:
    1. Go to your Amazon Video Settings.
    2. Find your device under Registered Devices, and then click the Deregister option next to it.
  • To deregister a device from Amazon Appstore:
    1. Go to Your Apps and Devices.
    2. Click Your devices.
    3. Click the Actions button, and then click Deregister device.
  • To deregister a device from Amazon Music:
    1. Go to your Amazon Music Settings.
    2. Locate your device under Manage Your Devices, then click Deauthorize next to the device.
  • To deregister a device from a Kindle reading app:
    1. Visit Manage Your Content and Devices
    2. Select Your Devices.
    3. Select your device or app and select Deregister in the Actions column.
    4. To confirm, select Deregister again on the pop-up window.
  • To deregister a device from other Amazon applications:
    1. Go to Your Account and select Change Account Settings under Settings.
    2. Click Edit next to the Password field.
    3. Follow the on-screen instructions and click Save Changes.
    4. Click Done after you've completed all your updates.
If You still find any kind of issue then you can navigate to www kindle com support or call kindle customer service number which is toll-free.
Amazon Kindle Fire Support Help Toll Free 1855 856 2653

Feb 15, 2017 | Amazon Kindle Paperwhite

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I will order a new kindle as mine quit. How do I add my books to the new one?


You deregister the old one and register the new one in your account setting. Then all your books can be downloaded if you wish.

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Jan 25, 2017 | Tablets & eReaders

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I just got a Kindle Paperwhite to replace my old Kindle. How can get my existing books onto the new one?


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Received Kindle as Gift want to change from buyers name to my name? How


very simply, you access the Kindle devices "Settings" page and in the section that says register/deregister, you would click on the deregister option, once the device is online with the built-in wireless network connection. After which, the device is ready to be registered to a new account.
Please be aware that just changing the devices account registration does NOT delete any content; also changing registration does not provide the new owner the legal access to the books already downloaded to your Kindle, the original account that purchased the books, will retain ownership.
There is no way to give your purchased book library to the new owner of your old Kindle. If the new owner likes the books, then they will have to buy them on their own, to retain future downloading rights.

Dec 15, 2015 | Amazon Kindle Paperwhite

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If i deregister will I loose my purchases?


No, they will be on even if another party registers in my experience. You will have to delete the books if you're going to sell it. If you're getting a new kindle, you can download already purchased books on the new kindle.

Nov 02, 2015 | Amazon Kindle Fire HD

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How do i re-register my kindle onto a different account


First, you need to deregister the Kindle from the old account.

Deregistering will retain the already downloaded books on the E-Ink devices but wipes all purchased content tied to the old account from e.g. Kindle Fire. You cannot restore books from the cloud anymore you purchased on the old account and access to the shop is blocked until the device is registered again. Other Kindle's on the same account and the account itself remain unaffected.

You can do the deregistration from the Kindle's settings menu --> Registration or alternatively from an Amazon web site:

Log in to http://kindle.amazon.com using the old credentials (email + password).

Next, select "Manage Your Kindle" from menu that opens when you hover the mouse over the "Hello, <Name>" link in the upper right corner of the page.

Click on the center tab "Your Devices" and review the list of Kindle devices and software readers tied to your account. Select the device to deregister and click on "deregister" below.

To register the Kindle to a new account, go online with the Kindle, and follow the registration procedure callable from the settings menu. Find a detailed description on
http://www.amazon.com/gp/help/customer/display.html?nodeId=201242220

Jun 02, 2014 | Amazon Kindle Wireless Reading Device

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If I deregister my amazon kindle account will i lose books saved on m kindle


No. Deregistering will not erase the books already on your Kindle.

Feb 25, 2014 | Lands Phones

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How do I deregister in order to reregister as none of my books are being downloaded on to my Kindle. As I recently changed my system from BT to Virgin and lost the current e-mail address, which I...


Assuming you can log into your Amazon account. Click on 'Your Account'; Go to 'Manage Your Kindle'; To the left is a list 'Manager Your Devices'; You will see a list of your devices across the top, click on the one you want to deregister....there is a deregister button you would hit OR a better choice for you would be the email edit as you do not need to deregister as it sounds like an email change.

ALSO, under 'Your Account'; 'Settings'; 'Change Account Settings' you can update your email change also.

Jan 26, 2014 | Audio Players & Recorders

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Need to deregister my kindle


You can deregister your Kindle online or straight from the device itself.

To deregister your Kindle online:

Go to Manage Your Kindle.
Click on "Deregister."

To deregister your Kindle from the device:

From the Home screen, select Menu and then select Settings. Confirm that your Kindle is connected to a Wi-Fi or 3G network.

In Settings, next to Registration, select "deregister."

Jan 14, 2013 | Amazon Kindle Wireless Reading Device

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My husband has a kindle, if I get one can we share books? Send from one kindle to another.


  • The thing you need to do is get an Amazon Kindle e-Reader and download some e-books to it.

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    Then you need to talk to good friends or family members that have Amazon Kindles and that have content on them you would like to share.

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    The next thing is to deregister your Amazon Kindle from your own account and register it on your friend or family members account. Then download the books that you would like to share from your family member and voila they are on your Amazon Kindle now.

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    After that you deregister your Amazon Kindle from your family members account and reregister it back onto your account and you are done. If your family member wants books of yours to share then you just do it all in reverse putting their Kindle on your account etc.

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    Amazon Kindle books come with DRM protection or Digitial Rights Management software so that you are allowed to download a book a set number of times, similar to songs on i-Tunes, and once this limit is reached for each book you can't download it anymore without repurchasing it. This number is typically 5-6 times per book but can vary based on publisher and specific book title negotiations.


  • hope this helps

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