Amazon Kindle 7th Generation is one of the new devices that are available on the market, which is known for its extraordinary capabilities as an e-reader. If you have been using this device, then you will agree with me upon the fact that the device has it all that you need to read your favorite books. However, some users are experiencing screen related problems in the device. If you too have experienced the same, then you can follow the steps given in the forthcoming section.
Screen response time too slow
Battery: Make sure you have a good amount of battery available; otherwise, your device may become slow.If in doubt, charge it for at least 30 minutes and try again.
Outdated Software: Always try to have your software up to date so that you can ensure that your kindle replacement has the right program for its operation.
Downloads in Progress: Sometimes you have a book download or even your Kindle software update on hold, so your kindle keeps trying to download it, slowing the rest of its operation. Wait to wait or restart your kindle if the download does not finish.
High or low temperatures: Always try to keep your Amazon Kindle Update at temperatures between; otherwise, you may have several changes due to this.
Accessories: If you have a film or cover attached, try removing it to test if the problem is not with your accessory.
Dirty screen: Because it is a touch screen, in some situations it is possible that the screen dirty will damage its performance.Wipe it with a damp (almost dry) cloth only with water.
Improper hands: Avoid using your kindle with very dirty hands or with creams or lotions.Likewise, gloves and other accessories on hands impair functioning.
Screen “frozen” or locked
In some situations, but not very common, Kindle software crashes, causing the screen to come to a standstill with no response to touch. In these cases, it is necessary to restart your kindle.
To do this, press and hold the power button for approximately 7 seconds, and then the ‘Restart On Screen’ option will appear. Click on it to have your kindle turn off and on again. Rest assured that it would not erase any information in it.
If this does not work, you should do a “hard reset“, which is to hold down the same power button for 40 seconds. During these 40 seconds, your Update Kindle Fire screen may flash several times, but this is normal and you have to keep holding the button until you reach 40 seconds.After that, it may take up to a few minutes to power your entire system.
Hanging up alone
Many users have reported this problem, so follow these steps:
- Fully charge the battery
- Restart your kindle
- If the problem persists, check that the battery is charging
- In the latter case, reset the settings under Settings, Device Options, then click Settings again, Reset Kindle (this clears Kindle information)
That is how you can fix three of the most common screen related problems in Kindle 7th Generation e-reader. In this case, you are still experiencing the same problems, then consult Kindle support providers for better assistance.