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How to Fix Your Amazon Kindle Fire Won’t Turn On

by Edward Lewis consultant

In case the Amazon Kindle Fire won’t turn on, then you will not be able to use any of the data or applications stored in it. But, there are some solutions you can follow to fix this problem. In this article, you will get some troubleshooting process to fix your Amazon Kindle Fire won’t turn on issue.

1.    Battery Problems

•    Connect the charger into the electrical adaptor.

•    Attach the charger to the Amazon Kindle Fire.

•    In case it is indicating an olive color light, then this means the Amazon Kindle Fire is connected to the charger.

•    In case it is showing a red color light, then this means there is no battery left in Amazon Kindle Fire.

•    Keep pressing on the power key for a few seconds to ensure that the Amazon Kindle Fire is switched off.

•    You need to charge the Amazon Kindle Fire for more than two hours without working anything on it.

•    Switch on the Amazon Kindle Fire when it is paired to the outlet.

You will get the two lights while charging the Amazon Kindle Fire. The first one is an olive color light which means you can switch it on. The second one is red color light which means you have to connect the USB cable to the system so that you will get to know that your charger is working correctly or not.

In case you will get the green color on the Amazon Kindle Fire, then follow the steps mentioned below:

•    Long press on the power key for a few seconds.

•    After pressing on that key, the Amazon Kindle Fire will get switched off, and after that, it will start the rebooting system.

•    You have to go through the battery percentage and start charging the Amazon Kindle Fire in case there is no battery left in it.

2.    Software Problems

•    Keep pressing on the volume up and power keys together for a few seconds.

•    Free the volume up and power keys till you will get the text “Installing the latest software.”

•    Permit the software to complete its updating process.

•    Now, the Amazon Kindle Fire will start rebooting once you have its updating process.

This procedure lets the Amazon Kindle Fire reload its configuration and fix any problem which is causing it not to turn on. After following the steps mentioned above, you will not lose any data stored on your Amazon Kindle Fire.

Edward Lewis is a creative person who has been writing blogs and articles about cybersecurity. He writes about the latest updates regarding mcafee.com/activate and how it can improve the work experience of users. His articles have been published in many popular e-magazines, blogs, and websites.

 

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