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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Reset your Kindle.
There's a little hole inside the battery cover area. Put in a pin or paperclip end and press. The Kindle should unlock.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 10, 2010
Amazon recommends the following steps. As I'm sure you have already tried the power switch, try starting from Step #5 to do a hard reset on your Kindle.
Posted on Mar 01, 2011
SOURCE: My Amazon Kindle Wifi 3G
Amazon might help you with this because it is so new. However if you dropped it (etc.) and if HTC doesn't replace it for you, You can get the part at Kindle 3 Repair and there is a guide that shows you how to put in the part at Kindle Repair Guide.
Posted on Mar 06, 2011
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How to download books to your Kindle from your computer
We had a reader email us and ask us how he could get a TeleRead-mentioned e-book onto his Kindle. In case anyone else would like a tutorial, here's how to do it.
Download the e-book to your computer. Connect the Kindle to the computer's USB port. The Kindle will show up as a new drive on your computer. If you have an SD card in the Kindle it will show up as a second new drive. Copy, or drag and drop, the e-book to the Documents directory in the Kindle or SD card. That's all there is to it. When you disconnect the Kindle the machine will automatically recognize the new book. Be sure not to disconnect the Kindle until the little silver block at the bottom right stops spinning around.
If you use an SD card, you can dispense with all of the above and just remove the SD card from your Kindle and connect it to a card reader and copy the book directly from your PC to the proper directory on the card. The Kindle will recognize the new book when you plug the card back in. To be safe, shut off the Kindle when removing or inserting the card.
You can also just email it to your kindle's address. Although there is mention of a 10 cent charge per email, no one has ever been charged and Kindle support says there are no plans to do so, at this time.
It's definitely being charged now - I sent a 50 MB PDF to my kindle email address and received a $4 charge.
Posted on Apr 15, 2011
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