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SOURCE: Kindle stays on last page read when I close it does not ask for pass word just stays on last page I was reading

Mine does that too. I don't need a password.

Posted on Dec 20, 2016

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How to put a book on hold and then go do something else on the tablet


You didn't specify the brand and model, but on most Android tablets, the "home" button will take you back to the home page while leaving that book open in the application in memory. You can open up a different application from the home page. Then press the "list " button on the left of the "home" button. A set of miniature windows of all the open applications will appear. Just press the window of the application you want to return to (such as the book), and the tablet will switch to that application. You can do this as many time you need to switch from one open application to another.

But you can also close any application you don't need by pressing and holding your finger on its window. A new option bar will allow you to close it without affecting the other opened applications.

Nov 27, 2017 | Tablets & eReaders

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I just received the Fire HD8. I can't find my library of books for which I have already paid. Is there a home page?


You need to go to the Amazon website and register that Kindle to your account, and de-register your old one. Then you can transfer the content to the new one.

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Oct 22, 2017 | Tablets & eReaders

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How do I get books from my kindle to my friends kindle. He set it up so we can share.


I hope this helps I got it directly from Amazon, since I am horrible at directions sometimes I hope this helps.

Loan a Kindle Book from the Product Detail Page You can loan eligible Kindle books from the product detail page of a book you purchased on Amazon.

During the loan period, you will not be able to read the book that you loaned.
To loan a Kindle book:
  1. Kindle Store from your computer, and then locate the title you'd like to loan.
  2. On the product detail page, click Loan this book. You will be sent to the Loan this book page.
  3. Enter the recipient's email address and an optional message. Note: Be sure to send the Kindle book loan notification to the recipient's personal email address and not their Send to Kindle email address.
  4. Click Send now.

Note: If the loan is not accepted after seven days, the book will then become available in your content library and you will be able to loan the book again.
Loan a Kindle Book from Manage Your Content and Devices You can loan eligible Kindle books from the page. During the loan period, you will not be able to read the book that you loaned.
To loan a book:

  1. Manage Your Content and Devices.
  2. Select the Actions button for the title that you want to loan, and then select Loan this title. If Loan this title is not an option, lending is not available for that title.
  3. Enter the recipient's email address and an optional message. Note: Be sure to send the Kindle book loan notification to the recipient's personal email address and not their Send to Kindle email address.
  4. Click Send now.
Borrow from a Friend You can borrow a Kindle book from a friend. When the book is available, you will receive an email notification that will allow you to download the book to your Fire tablet, Kindle e-reader, or supported Kindle reading app.
To download a borrowed book:

  1. Open the email message "A Loaned Book for You."
  2. Click the Get your loaned book now button. Your web browser will automatically launch to Amazon so you can accept the loan.
  3. Sign in to your Amazon account.
    • If you have a Fire tablet, Kindle e-reader, or Kindle reading app, select which device you would like the book to be delivered to, and then click Accept loaned book.
    • If you do not have a Fire tablet, Kindle e-reader, or Kindle reading app, click Accept loaned book and follow the on-screen instructions to download a free Kindle reading app.
Return a Loaned Book To return a loaned Kindle book:

  1. Manage Your Content and Devices.
  2. Select the Actions button next to the borrowed book, and then select Delete from library.
  3. Click Yes to confirm the return.

May 31, 2017 | Tablets & eReaders

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How do I archive a book I have read. I find it confusing to look at the list of books where the ones I have read are also listed with the ones I have not read.


Hi Joan,
You need to go to "my Kindle" on Amazon. Bring up the list of your books and then go through them deleting them as required. The last time I did this I found that I had to make a list of the read ones first. Also, I found that I couldn't check a number of them together for deletion, I had to deal with each oneindividually.
Once you have done this you should find that the deleted books come off the Kindle once you've opened it near your wireless hub. Amazon com Online Shopping for Electronics Apparel Computers Books DVDs...

Jul 19, 2015 | Amazon Kindle Paperwhite

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How to return kindle book to kindle unlimited?


From your Kindle device or free Kindle reading app:
  1. Open the Kindle Store.
  2. Access the Kindle Unlimited landing page:
    • Kindle eReaders: Select All Categories, and then select Kindle Unlimited.
    • Kindle Fire tablets: Select Kindle Unlimited.
    • Free Kindle reading apps: Select Kindle Unlimited.
  3. Select My Kindle Unlimited Books, and then Return.

From your computer:
  1. Visit Manage Your Content and Devices.
  2. From Your Content, use the drop-down menu to filter by Kindle Unlimited and then Books.
  3. Next to the book you want to return, select Actions, and then select Return this book.

Apr 25, 2015 | Amazon Kindle Paperwhite

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How do I use this for buying e-books?


Purchasing ebooks through the iBooks Store is very similar to buying any other media via Apple's iTunes Store. One key difference, though, is how you access the store. Rather than through iTunes or a dedicated app like the iTunes Store app on the iPad and iPhone, in this case, you access it through the iBooks app.
In the top left corner of the iBooks app is a button that reads "Store". To access the iBooks Store and begin shopping for iPhone- and iPad-compatible ebooks, tap that button.

Once you enter the iBooks Store, the browsing and searching experience is very similar to using the iTunes Store. In this case, you can search for the author or title you want in the top-right corner search box.
To browse books, either tap the icons on the main page of the store or tap the "Categories" menu item in the top left corner. This drops down a menu with all of the iBooks store's categories in it. Tap the category you're looking for to see books in that genre.

In the iBooks Store, when you tap a book title to get more details (synopsis, reviews, etc.) a window pops up and the background grays out a bit.
In this window, you can download a free sample of the book to your iBooks library by tapping the "Get Sample" button. This is the equivalent of iTunes' 30-second song preview, which helps you get a sense of whether you want to purchase the book.
When you decide to purchase a book, tap the price on the left side of the screen next to the book cover. The button will turn green and read "Buy Book". Tap it again to buy the book.
To close the pop-up window and not buy the book, simply tap anywhere outside the window.

You buy at the iBooks Store using the same iTunes account and password as you do at the iTunes Store or App Store. When buying a book, you'll be prompted to enter your password to pay for the ebook before it will begin downloading.

Once you've entered your iTunes account password, the eBook will download to your iPad. How long this takes will depend on the book (its length, how many images it has, etc.).
When the book is done downloading, it will appear as a title on the bookshelves in the iBooks app. Tap it to begin reading.

Oct 28, 2014 | Apple iPad Tablets & eReaders

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My Kindle Fire is losing 97% of charge after 1.5 hours reading. Help?


If it is a FIRE then it may have an app like MAIL running in the back ground. Turn off all apps. It's a tablet, it will only last a few hours.
The eReaders last for weeks, the Tablets last for hours.

If it's an eReader then on the home page search for jfhjfhj - if it says 4 books not indexed then you have 4 books corrupted, go DOWN and delete those 4 books from the kindle and redownload them.

Oct 04, 2013 | Amazon Kindle Wireless Reading Device

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Haven't used my ipad in a while, and forgot my password to unlock. help


click on Safari, click on open book icon, top of page, find iPad help on drop down menu...(last one)

May 05, 2012 | Apple iPad 2 Wifi 16GB

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