In the event that your Kindle is afflicted with a persistent and serious issue, even after attempting to power it off and on again, it is possible that it is experiencing a critical error or a potential virus. Although unlikely, if you find yourself in this situation, you may need to resort to a factory reset as a last resort. Before proceeding with this solution, it is recommended to explore Amazon Customer Service for alternative solutions, as rectifying the aftermath of a factory reset can be quite a hassle.
Turn on your Kindle and navigate to the Home screen.
Tap on the menu icon (three dots) located at the top-right corner of the screen.
Select Settings from the menu.
Scroll down and choose Device Options.
Continue scrolling to the bottom of the page and select Reset.
A warning confirmation will appear. Tap the confirm button to proceed with the reset.
Once the reset is confirmed, your Kindle will initiate the process of restoring itself to its original state. This process may take a few minutes to complete. Following the reset, your Kindle will return to its default settings. It is important to note that any stored books, customized preferences, and Amazon account credentials will be lost. Fortunately, Kindle books are directly linked to your Amazon account, enabling you to simply log in and download your content again.
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