20 Most Recent Amazon Kindle 3 WiFi Questions & Answers


You will have to register the new device (your wifes) to your existing kindle account..
You can do this from your menu settings. Turn the kindle on you want to register press the menu button. After you add device you can share books.
If you do not see the register device option in your settings, you will have to access your account online.Hope this helped.
Ellen

Amazon Kindle 3... | Answered on Mar 18, 2019


Make sure that the kindle is fully charged. Plug your kindle into the wall charger, a yellow light will light up. When the yellow light turns green, your kindle is fully charged. Then try turning on your device. If the device still does not turn on, hold the power switch for 15 seconds, this will reboot the device.

Amazon Kindle 3... | Answered on Jan 04, 2018


It may be better to contact kindle support. They are free and relatively fast.

https://www.amazon.com/kindlesupport

You can reach Kindle Customer Support via phone or chat by clicking one of the links below:

To contact us via phone:
http://www.amazon.com/clicktocall

To contact us via chat:
http://www.amazon.com/clicktochat

Amazon Kindle 3... | Answered on Oct 24, 2017


May be best to contact support. Wifi is a bit beyond me at times.
You can reach Kindle Customer Support via phone or chat by clicking one of the links below:

To contact us via phone:
http://www.amazon.com/clicktocall

To contact us via chat:
http://www.amazon.com/clicktochat

Amazon Kindle 3... | Answered on Sep 30, 2017


Melody you may have to go to settings and select brightness and increase. I hope this helps you. Thank you and let me know

Amazon Kindle 3... | Answered on Jul 12, 2016


I'm not an expert but I'd say it's been jarred in some way. Best thing is to contact Amazon customer service. sign on to amazon.com Below the search bar you'll see help on the right. Click on that, then device support. Fill out info and submit.
Personally I expect they will say send it in for repairs/replacement.

Amazon Kindle 3... | Answered on Mar 02, 2016


then you need to assume the internal battery needs replaced eH

Amazon Kindle 3... | Answered on Feb 16, 2015


Here is the secret: Touch the book you want to delete and HOLD it down until a menu shows up. I will, towards the bottom, offer to "remove this book from your Kindle". Simple, eh?

Amazon Kindle 3... | Answered on Feb 02, 2015


Go to account settings. Select manage payment methods. Should be able to add or remove card.
Contact Amazon at.
www.support@amazon.com
If you have any problems.
Ellen

Amazon Kindle 3... | Answered on Jan 08, 2015


There is something that you can do to start over...But let me be clear.. This Will Wipe Your Kindle Clean. It will UNREGISTER YOU with Amazon. You will be able to reinstall everything, just takes time.
To reset your password,
Type
111222777
In the password field and tap o.k.
Your kindle is wiped clean, you now have to register with Amazon and Download the content again as desired from your Amazon archive..
Hope it helps..
Ellen

Amazon Kindle 3... | Answered on Jan 08, 2015


Is there an option on the log in page for either forgot password, or cant access my account...Or contact amazon at www.support@amazon.com..That should take you where you can reset your password. I hope this helps.
Ellen

Amazon Kindle 3... | Answered on Dec 18, 2014


Hey

To reboot or restore your kindle to factory setting do the following:

Hold the power button to the right for 20 secs
This will switch the kindle off
Hold the 'Home' button for 60 secs
The kindle reset screen will be displayed
To reboot the kindle without lose of files, press the 'Del' button
To restore to factory settings, type DELETE in the box provided
The kindle will restore once the final 'E' is entered

I hope the above helps and resolves your issue.

Amazon Kindle 3... | Answered on Jun 02, 2013


Hi.

What you call 'password' is the network key that has been set for your local network.

It is a problem with the capital and with special characters. The problem depends both on the network key used and on Kindle's.

First :ensure that you are using the right network key for this router. If a different computer works with this key on same router, then it is the right one.

Second: try the following. It is a solution from this site. The workaround will get rid of the capital problem with Kindle. I quote:

"Turn on kindly, bring up Wi-fi networks, tap in the network key from the label on the bottom of the router.
HERE is the trick. When you press the Aa (large capital/small capital AA key, to the right of the space bar, it actually does not go to uppercase when typing in key, you have to use the shift arrow, (bottom left hand corner of keypad).
Type in the key..., move to submit, it should connect fine".

Third: If that does not work, then the network key may include characters not supported by kindle. If possible access the router using a LAN cable, and set the router to a key made only by ciphers with no letter, and set the new key on kindle, PC etc. to connect.

Regards.

Ginko.

Amazon Kindle 3... | Answered on Mar 26, 2011


If the 15 second reset does not work, I would suggest contacting amazon. They can connect to your device and see if there is something wrong with your actual kindle. If there is something wrong they are usually pretty good about replacing broken kindled :)

Amazon Kindle 3... | Answered on Mar 06, 2011


Welcome to Fixya

Try to reset the device by following the procedure below. If screen will not go back then there is definitely a problem with the LCD.

  1. Remove your Kindle 3 from the power source if it's connected.
  2. Slide the power switch to the right and hold it there.
  3. Count to 15 as if you're counting seconds, and remember to hold switch in-place for for 15 seconds.
  4. Release the switch now.
  5. At this point nothing will happen, but don't panic. That's normal. The screen will be blank for 30 seconds, and then the Kindle will restart.
Thank you for using Fixya!

If you need further help, reach me via phone at https://www.6ya.com/expert/elixirjose_00375ea24bd8141b

Amazon Kindle 3... | Answered on Feb 07, 2011


This looks like a hardware defect covered by the 1-year limited warranty, assuming you did not mistreat your device like dropping it into a bathtub or running your car over it a few times.

Contact Amazon Kindle support:
  • In the United States: 1-866-321-8851
  • Outside the United States: 1-206-266-0927
In general, you will need to deliver your Device, postage paid, in either its original packaging or in equally protective packaging to the address specified by Customer Service. Before you deliver your Device for warranty service, it is your responsibility to backup any data, software, or other materials you may have stored or preserved on your Device. It is possible that such data, software, or other materials will be lost or reformatted during service.

Your Kindle will be repaired, replaced, or refunded.

Amazon Kindle 3... | Answered on Jan 31, 2011


on the outside casing it is a type of paint the only thing you could do is take the case of and get it spraypainted ive done it for a buddy and u can have any colour you want i would be happy to do it for you ud just have to send me the case not the kindle as i wont take responsability for that lol but the case is fine you can have any colour you want but there are no replacements available so this is the only option it jus looks like a brand new car colour wise if u get me......be sure to make payment for your answer please

Amazon Kindle 3... | Answered on Jan 19, 2011

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