My kindle did this for months and I got for Christmas. All my family has android chargers ( i have iphone ) and that will work for kindle. Because my kindle charger wouldn't work. Sometimes when it was on it wouldn't charge, but when it wasn't active it would. Try that.
Call those nice people at Kindle and explain the issue. the toll free number is 1-866-321-8851. Often if they can't fix it they will replace it.
It seems to be pretty common bud. Here is the only advice I can give ya.<br />
Step 1: Hard Reset: Press and hold the power button for 20 seconds and then release.<br />
Step 2: Power it back on: Wait until the device has completely turned off, then press the power button to restart your Kindle Fire. <br />
Still giving you problems? U.S. and Canada: 1-866-216-1072 Kindle Support: 1-866-321-8851 International: 1-206-266-2992
It's a female
Call the company the kindle fire is from
Get a book?
I read a book a day and never have that problem because I have a library to keep the hardbacks, and I trade off the paperbacks, just like all normal people do. A Kindle is non-sense, expensive, breakeable, and look at the problem you are having lol. I rest my case
Shut your mouth and go hug a tree. Funny thing is nobody asked you to reply to this. Took it apon yourself to reply with a smarta$$ remark. Next time just move on and leave your opinion to yourself.
You either haven't charged it long enough, the charger jack on the kindle is broken, the power outlet has no power to it, or most likely you have a "Ghost Charge" Rechargeable batteries Need to be drained every now and then to keep them from becoming regular batteries. Most commonly this happens when you leave your device plugged in when you are not using it.
yeah don't bother reading the rest of the post obvously it all has to do with charging the battery.....
Sounds you have a ghost charge, rechargable batteries need to be completely drained every now and then or they turn into useless cylinders that can't even hold a charge. If it works when plugged in that is the issue, if that's not the problem chances are the battery needs to be replaced. If that doesn't help it might be internal problem that you can't fix.
So how do I fix a "ghost charge"? That sounds a lot like what my kindle fire is doing.
For the THIRD TIME. YOU CAN'T Fix the ghost charge. you can ONLY REPLACE THE BATTERY.
We have the same problem with my wife's device. It just sits there on the startup screen and then goes off, or it shuts down the first time you tap something. It also shows poor wireless connectivity on the little icon at the top of the screen and won't load pages, even when the settings show strong wireless and other devices (including my Nexus and both our laptops) do fine. When we try to turn it on, the button lights for a few second, and then goes out. Eventually, it comes on, and after several episodes of this, it begins to work. I wish I had a command prompt.