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What wrong with my color. It was fine when I turned it off, when I turned it on, I got weird colors and unable to read.

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Kindle Support - Is there a way to adjust the colors on my Amazon Fire Kindle? When I turned it on this morning, the normally black base color was a sepia or brown color. Any ideas? Thanks, Doug


First roll down the quick menu from the top of the screen and see if the Blue Shade is on, if it is turn it off. If is is off then you can go to the settings from there and go to Accessibility at the complete bottom on the left side and from there yo can adjust Color Inversion and Color Correction. However, it sounds like the Blue Shade has been turned on.

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I purchased a book on January 27, and I inadvertently deleted before I read it. how can I get it back


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Sort: Oldest first ' Newest first Showing 1-25 of 29 posts in this discussion Initial post: Mar 2, 2011 8:35:31 AM PST Andrea Solek says: I was in the midst of organizing my newly purchased books on my kindle yesterday when I accidentally removed one. It was a freebie, thank God. But when I went to re-"purchase" it, Amazon tells me I already own it.

Is there a way to recapture the lost book back on to my kindle? Reply to this post Permalink ' Report abuse
1 of 1 people think this post adds to the discussion. Do you? Yes No In reply to an earlier post on Mar 2, 2011 8:36:22 AM PST ShirleyKat says: Look in your archived items (Home, Menu, View archived items). Just click and it will be back soon. Reply to this post Permalink ' Report abuse
6 of 7 people think this post adds to the discussion. Do you? Yes No Posted on Mar 2, 2011 8:37:02 AM PST J. Harnden says: Sure, go to your archive folder on your Kindle and click on the book you deleted and it will re download it back to your kindle :) Reply to this post Permalink ' Report abuse
3 of 4 people think this post adds to the discussion. Do you? Yes No In reply to an earlier post on Mar 2, 2011 8:37:29 AM PST M. Francis Professor of Kindology says: It should show up under archived items on your home page. Be sure your wireless connection is on, then just click the title under archives.

Or, you can go to Manage Your Kindle right here. Scroll down to the list of books you've bought. When you get to the title, you'll see where you can re-send the book to your Kindle. Reply to this post

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How do I get it to stay connected to my wireless internet?


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Daughter turned on her hudl 1 and it looked like this and now it won't turn off , is it fixable ?


, color problems usually indicate that the power supply, inverter board and the backlights are working fine and the real cause is either in the main board, loose cable (wire or flex cable),or a controller board (LCD panel) problem. The color and brightness of yours looks fine, the desktop is visual when rotated and the lines remain in the same area. The way I would go about it is to first check the cable (doubtful but hoping) if that does not accomplish anything, replace the LCD. check here and on here for some decent videos for the task. Here isthe teardown, not a guide, but it will give you a pretty good idea of what needs to be done. The display is a bit hard to find but there are places like this that have those. Also check for GT-N8000 when you search for the display. Hope this helps, good luck

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How can I change the background and/or font colour ? both are blue!


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How do i resize the font on my Nook Color Reader?


Steps To Change Font Size On Nook Tablet
Step 1: Chose a book that you would like to read on your Nook.

Step 2: Next, view the Reader Settings

Step 3: Tap the screen to expose the menu, where you will see a "Text" icon.

Step 4: After having clicked on the "Text" icon, you will see that you have the option to change the font size. There will be a letter "A" that will allow you to change the size. Click on the "A" and decide which font is best for you.

Step 5: Touch the main screen to return to your book.

If you still have any kind of problem then you can take nook color support from experts by calling nook help number. You can also navigate to www Nook com for more information.
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My iPad display is in negative color. How do I change to normal


Tap settings,tap general,tap accessibility,turn off white on black or invert colors

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Need to factory reset my nook color


Press and hold power button and your "n" home button almost simultaneously (Power first and the "n" )
Hold these until your screen flashes the "Touch the future of Reading" message, wait 2 seconds and release buttons.
You will then get a Prompt asking you if you want to reset it to the Factory Settings. Good Luck.

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I scratched my Kindle's body... how can I fill in these scratches? What is the body made of?


Its plastic. For a purely cosmetic repair (screen is unharmed?), you can buy all necessary tools and materials in well-sorted plastic model kit shops. E.g. Revell offers everything needed.
  1. Try out on a spare piece of plastic FIRST, e.g. an old toy. Repairs like this require some experience and considerable manual skill, but with training it becomes easier. You also want to get the color mix for painting right to match the Kindle's original color. Exercise until you are sure you can do it properly.
  2. Remove fine debris and rough edges from the scratches using a scalpel used for model kits.
  3. Carefully fill in plastic model putty into the gaps, a toothpick may come in handy here. Let dry thoroughly.
  4. Use fine (P280), then extra fine (P600) sand paper to even the surface. Don't scratch the screen, the buttons or any case part that still has its original state. If you want to the extra mile, you can also try to model the original surface texture (very advanced!).
  5. Cover the screen, buttons and any case openings with frisket sheet or special cover gum, and use plastic paint (air brush if available) to fix the color. Apply thin layers one by one and try to achieve a soft transition from unharmed to scratched area.

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