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If I buy two Kindles under one account can I share books between the two devices?

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I just bought a Kindle. Can I have 2 kindles under the same account????

You can add multiple Kindles to your account. Having two or more Kindles registered to the same account is useful if you and other family members have the same tastes in books. If you buy a book on one Kindle, you can read it on another Kindle at the same time without having to buy it again

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I have 4 kindles, the oldest one has died how can I transfer all the books I have on it to my remaing kindles

Assuming these are e-readers, there should be a spot in the upper left hand corner when you are looking at the library dection of the kindle that says both Device and Cloud. Click "cloud" and then tap on the books you want to download to that kindle.

This is assuming you are logged in to your Amazon Kindle account on the reader. You should already be.

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How to delete a book

In most all kindles you press the name of the book for a second or two. That should bring up a list of what you can do with book. "Remove from device" is near bottom. press that and it's off the kindle but still on you account if you want to download again.

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How do i add a second kindle to account

don't know if you can bluetooth them or not

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I want a contact number to repair 2 kindles

We don't repair anything. We only try to help people with their questions. Not knowing where you live, not even the country, makes it even difficult to help you find a certified repair centre. But perhaps you even have to think twice before you let anything repair. When the kindles are still under warranty, no problem, but sometimes the work alone costs more then a new Kindle. The best you can do is clear with Amazon what you can do with the books you bought on a Kindle, when the device is beyond repair. when you can put them on another device, perhaps it is cheaper to buy a new.

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How do I download my content from my second kindle to my third kindle

When you log into the new kindle you will have access to all the purchased items installed on your old kindle. Also any data that has been backed up to the amazon cloud.

Jan 20, 2015 | Amazon Kindle Fire HD

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How do i register kindle device

On device download / install kindle app / software.

All devices must use same Amazon account to share same books / lists, etc.

Once Kindle App / Software is installed ( with Amazon account information ) It will appear on your Amazon account
- device administration can be accessed by logging into your account and administer devices and privileges.
I believe up to 4 or 5 devices per account

Note: If more than one device ( user ) is reading the same book, there may ( still ? ) be a page turning issue.
EX: previously, 2 people ( devices ) trying to read the same book ... both devices may display the same page on both devices ... User A turns page = User B page will turn ( either user action automatically is mirrored on the other device sharing the same item ).

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Amazon kindle instructions

according to the following page... "

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 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 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."

Jul 04, 2014 | Tablets & eReaders

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Instructions user guide

I have never tried this but if I understand you correctly, you have two Kindle that have been registered to two different email accounts. This should be an easy task to merge the two to one account.

1. Decide which account is the "Master account" , let's say your Kindle will be the Master account. In this case you will leave your Kindle "as is" and get your husbands Kindle
2. With you Husband's Kindle in hand you will pull down the upper status bar, select More + and My Account
3. Choose Deregister, wait, this can take up to one hour.
4. Reboot the Kindle
5. When the Kindle is back online, go back to More + and My Account. Click on Register. This time you will resister this Kindle to the same account as your Kindle.
6. When done the Kindles will be sharing the same account.

Apr 30, 2013 | Amazon Kindle Fire HD

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