Question about Amazon Kindle Wireless Reading Device
I purchased a kindle for my daughter's family. It is registered on my amazon.com account. We wish to register it on their account. Please guide.
Press the HOME button, press the MENU button. Select the Settings option, then select Registration.
Posted on Sep 24, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You may need to enter your wep key.
wep key is a wireless key code found in your pcs router,Go to the routers home page and look under wireless settings.Somewhere on the kindles configuration you need to enter this code.
Posted on Jan 07, 2010
Kindle was designed without a backlight. The only way to read at night is to buy a book light designed for Kindle.
Hope this helps!
Posted on May 10, 2010
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Register your Kindle to your Amazon account to buy and deliver Kindle content to your device.
To buy and deliver Kindle content, you'll need to connect wirelessly and register your Kindle to an Amazon account. Registering also allows you to transfer purchases between Kindle devices and Kindle reading apps.
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How many Kindles can I use to access titles in my library?
Most books you purchase from the Kindle store may be simultaneously accessed for your personal use on up to six Kindles or Kindle-compatible devices (such as Kindle for PC or Kindle for iPhone) registered to your Amazon.com account. If the limit is less than six simultaneous copies for a specific title, you'll see the message "Simultaneous Device usage: Up to X simultaneous devices, per publisher limits" on the Amazon.com detail page.
If you reach the device limit and want to replace one of your current devices with a new one, you must first deregister and delete the content from the device you wish to replace before you can access the content in question from your new device. For device registration instructions, please see the Help page for the device you wish to register/deregister on the Kindle Support pages.
Subscription content such as magazines and blogs can only be downloaded to one Kindle at a time and cannot be accessed from Kindle for PC.
So yes, you can read the ebook on multiple devices, but be aware that there is a limit of 6 (or fewer) devices." http://android.stackexchange.com/questions/10094/if-i-buy-an-ebook-an-amazon-can-my-son-with-another-android-device-read-my-bo
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