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How to Charge Your Kindle Paperwhite
By Leslie H. Nicoll, Harvey Chute. Insert the micro-USB plug into the Kindle and the standard USB plug into your computer or into a plug adapter, which is then plugged into an electrical wall socket. If you want to use a plug adapter, you must purchase one or use a compatible plug adapter, such as the one that comes with the Kindle 2, Kindle Keyboard, or iPhone. In addition, the charger that comes with the Kindle Fire also works with the Kindle Paperwhite. When the Kindle Paperwhite is plugged into a power source and charging, the charge indicator light located next to the power button glows amber. When the device is fully charged, the light turns green.
Such a pity there are many problems on using Kindle devices because of this or that reason. One of those problems is Kindle charging which cause people a headache. This post contains several conditions about Kindle not charging and how to fix it. Now here we go. There is a glare screen for most smart devices except for Kindle which is also one of the reasons why people are crazy for Kindle. Ultra-long standby function of Kindle battery makes us enjoy a beautiful reading moment. But Kindle devices are weakness and must be used and protected very careful to extend their service life.
Here's a bonus Kindle tip for those of you who take breaks in-between reading bestsellers and sometimes leave your eReaders alone for too long. Your battery is empty. To continue using your Kindle, connect to a power source.
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Kindle Paperwhite For Dummies
Most new battery-powered devices will tell you to charge them completely before using them the first time, and the Kindle is no exception. While the Kindle uses a special type of battery that requires less priming and special care, it has its limitations; turning it on before charging it will likely not cause extensive damage, but proper care of your Kindle's battery can make it last much longer.
Join , subscribers and get a daily digest of news, geek trivia, and our feature articles. Not anymore: read on as we show you how to blaze through your book collection without constant recharging. After we started experiencing decreased battery life on our Kindle Paperwhite, we went on an all out bender to ferret out every single cause of decreased Kindle battery life. Before we proceed, let us emphasize one thing. This guide is focused exclusively on getting the absolute maximum battery life out of your Kindle. Previous battery-blasting bugs include issues with the Kindle indexing books and failing to sleep properly, for example. If you need help manually updating your Kindle firmware check out our guide to doing so here.
This wikiHow teaches you how to charge a Kindle. You can charge your Kindle using the included USB cable and a computer, or you can buy and use a wall outlet adapter in order to use your Kindle charger with an electrical outlet. Plug the other end of the cable into the oval port at the bottom of the Kindle. Wait for the amber light to appear at the bottom of the Kindle. Use a different USB port if the light doesn't appear after a few seconds. If you want to learn how to use a wall adaptor for charging your Kindle, keep reading!