Steps to Fix a Kindle Fire Boot Loop Find Here @ 800-214-4506
If you are an e-reader, and you have a Kindle Fire then you know that this device is much more than an e-reader. But when your Kindle Fire is stuck in a boot loop it becomes an expensive paperweight. If your Kindle seems to be continuously stuck at the boot screen and never completely boots up. There are several methods you can use to try to save the device. While it’s a hard reset or using free downloadable utilities that works for your device. After using these methods, you can read your favorite e-books within no time.
Define Boot Loop and Reasons
The Kindle Fire runs on the Android operating system, like many other tablets and phones. An Android boot loop occurs when an errant line of code prevents the device from completing its boot cycle. The result is a device that attempts to boot up the operating system, fails, and tries to boot again in an endless loop. Boot loops often occur after installing a software update — official or custom, or trying to run an app that is incompatible with your Kindle.
Try To Reset First
Before trying severe actions, it’s possible your Kindle may require a reset. To do the reset of your Kindle Fire,
(a) Press and hold the power button for 20 seconds and then release.
(b) Wait for the Kindle to power off completely, then press the power button temporarily to restart it.
If the Kindle goes right back into the boot loop. Try to charge it for 30 minutes to an hour, then attempting the reset again.
Third-Party Recovery Services
If a reset fails to fix the boot loop, there are some third-party services you can use. But note that using any third-party utility like this will most likely void your warranty with Amazon and so use the third party if your warranty period is not available with the device, so use them if you require the solution immediately. The Kindle Fire Unbrick Utility (link in Resources) is a program that automates recovery procedures that are usually performed in the command line, it makes recovery an easy process.
(1) Connect your Fire, launch the utility, select “Stuck at logo” from the initial dialog box, and follow the prompts.
(2) The Kindle Fire Utility (link in Resources), a more advanced interface that runs at the command-line. It is used to install recovery software directly on to the device, allow you to fix the boot loop now and in the future should one occur again. Kindle Fire Utility works with first-generation Kindle Fires only. It will not work properly on other versions of the Kindle Fire.
Go Back to Sender
If you are still unable to resolve, contact Kindle Support Number through their and explain your problem. If the Kindle is still under warranty, a repair or replacement may be offered. Outside of warranty, a charge may apply for restoring the device to working order. Talk to the Kindle experts for the other kindle issues like If your Kindle fire won’t charge.