I have a 7th generation Kindle Fire 7 and suddenly, I'm unable to read some books I've No, having the book on multiple devices is not generally a problem unless you go Have HD 10, and I noticed yesterday that there was an OS update. From the Device tab in your Books content library, press and hold the If you're still having problems, try restarting your Kindle Fire: press and. We take a look at some of the most common issues faced by Kindle Fire HD users, and offer potential solutions on how to fix them.
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Most issues with your Kindle Fire, such as a frozen screen or issues with downloading Issues (Content refers to downloadd or personal items, such as books. Lately I've been noticing the Kindle ebook app on my Fire HD 10 keeps resetting likes it's starting from scratch, and all the downloaded ebooks. If you don't have Google Play Store, then try syncing your books and then Quite a few people have run into issues with their Kindle Fire HD.
MOBI is a well-known e-book format. You can find many MOBI ebooks on the www. This situation causes some inconvenience of managing a large number of ebooks as you have to browse in two different categories. Or just think about the scene that your favorite ebooks are mixed with some uncorrelated documents. It's totally a mess! Some MOBI ebooks are added personal document tag when generated so that the Kindle Fire will recognize them as documents but not ebooks.
Just download the books again. Better yet deregister the device and register it back.
If that doesn't do the trick just set your device to factory settings. Your books are saved in the cloud so you do not need to worry about those.
If you have fire devices you can lose the game progress if you have any, so keep that in mind. Show 2 more comments. James E Miller jmwoodie. Sally Thomas sitequeen.
January 5. I just had this same problem. I went into settings on my Kindle and clicked Restart.
That solved the problem. Select a Language: Help Translate iFixit. Back Answers Index. Kindle Fire Android-based media tablet by site with 7" multi-touch color display.
Karen Rep: I have books downloaded to my Kindle Fire and can not open them. Answer this question I have this problem too Subscribed to new answers. Is this a good question?
Yes No. Voted Undo. Score Yes I always have been able open my books.
Just try deregistering and registering your device again under settings my account. I have been reading these books but this one will not show.
MacBook Battery Fix Kits. Most Helpful Newest Oldest. Most Helpful Answer. Karen, here is what site says "If you're having problems opening a book from your Device tab, try redownloading the book: Mobile websites are usually found at: m. Thus, the problem you may be experiencing is really just the lack of access to options. Fortunately, it's really simple. When a step is different, I will make a note of it. Slide the top menu to the left until you see "Web": Tap "Web" on your Kindle Fire or open the Silk app : For new Kindle Fire owners, you'll need to open a website, if not you won't see the next option it only appears when you're actually viewing a webpage.
For this example I'll go to Facebook. Once the page loads tap the menu icon which kind of looks like an air vent : Tap "Request another view": for the original Kindle Fire you need to tap "Settings" then swipe up until you find "Desktop or mobile view".
Tap "Desktop": The regular desktop view of this website should now load whenever you go to this site. If it doesn't, keep reading.
For first generation Kindle Fire users, this setting will be global for all sites, so I'd suggest learning step two below so you can manually switch to mobile or desktop view whenever you want. How to Change the Website View: Sometimes after requesting the desktop view it doesn't automatically change, even if you refresh the page.
Hopefully site will fix this soon. So here's how you manually change a website from their "mobile" view to their "desktop" view AFTER you do step one. An unresponsive Kindle is particularly frustrating. Restarting your device may help, but you should begin by charging it so that the e-reader has a full battery before proceeding. To restart the Kindle whichever model hold the power button until the device powers down. Leave it for few moments before repeating the action to boot it back up.
Be aware that the problem that caused the freeze may need resolving, so the reboot may be slow.
Another option is to install the latest update. Updates can be downloaded from site and installed by connecting your Kindle to your computer via USB and dragging the downloaded file to your Kindle. For serious freezing issues, you may need to reset your device.
From a frozen Kindle, this is done by depressing the power switch for seconds. Be aware, however, that this action will wipe your device, so you will need to login and resync all of your content. This step should only be taken in the event that no other fix works.
Well, we should start with the obvious.