Amazon Kindle is great for reading books. Kindle especially designed ebook reader for book lovers by Amazon. Reading an eBook on the Kindle feels so comfortable. The devices are fast enough to handle a number of eBooks; it also doesn’t strain the eyes together all these features makes it one of the most popular eBook reader.
However, you may find it becoming slows and sluggish sometimes. It often even freezes this is just because the processor used in the devices is not that powerful and fast. Kindle is an underpowered device, but that’s absolutely fine as you all know there is no need for a Quad-core processor on a simple eBook reader. This is results in frozen when you are doing multiple tasks at the same time.
This is the reason why How do I fix my kindle that’s frozen is one of the most searched topics on Google. Well not to worry as here we have listed some of the methods which you can follow and repair a frozen kindle screen.
When you find the find your Kindle screen frozen, you can try restarting it to restore its normal functionality. Restarting an electronic device fix all the bugs present on the current session, therefore, it is advisable to restart your Kindle once in a week.
To restart your Amazon Kindle press and hold the power button until a menu appears. Now tap on restart option.
If your screen is not responding to touch then press and hold the power button for around 30 seconds, this will force restart the device.
Update the software
Another thing you can do when you frequently face the freezing issue is to update the update. Most of the time the software is updated automatically when you are connected to a network. However, sometimes the process fails.
In that case, go to settings and then to software update page where you can manually update the software easily.
The final method is to reset your Kindle. This is a more complex method as it wipes out all the data. Therefore only apply it if the above-listed methods failed to work.
Here is how you can reset your frozen Kindle Paperwhite.
- Go to the menu and then to settings.
- Now tap the menu option present on the settings page.
- Click on reset and then ok.
This will reset your Kindle and will hopefully fix the problem.