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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
USB chargeable devices can suffer fwhen using improper or unauthorized (as the case for many cell phones) chargers. Many times, its due to a low current or wattage rating. They all provide proper polarity a voltage of 5 Volts DC, but the amps or milliamps (expressed as "A" or "mA") may be so low that it takes 2, 3 or more times longer than it would with the original charger. Some produce only .3 Amps (300 milliamps) of output current (or 1.5 watts) or less while many original chargers that ship with devices have 3 or more times that output (up to 2.1 Amps or 2100 mA or 11 watts). Watts is simply the product of Volts x Amps. You can use USB chargers that provide more current (amps) than required - but using chargers with lower current or wattage ratings will take noticeably longer to charge devices. Furthermore, use of a low current / wattage charger may not even be able to charge the device - if you're using it at the same time.
Posted on Feb 27, 2015
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Hold the power switch for twenty seconds. You will need to slide the power switch along and hold it for twenty seconds before releasing it. ...
Your reboot screen should appear when you release the power switch.
Give your device time to reboot for a minute or two.
Turn the Kindle Fire HD back on.
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