The Kindle Fire HD is an Android tablet made by Amazon. It is available in two form factors, a 7-inch and 8.9-inch screen, with a range of memory capacities, including 8GB, 16GB , 32GB, and 64GB. Although the Kindle Fire HD is designed for reading text, users can also listen to music, play games, watch movies, and browse the web. The Kindle Fire HD is a sturdy, reliable tablet. However, like any device that runs software, there are times when it slows down or freezes completely. If restarting the device does not fix the problem, then users should carry out a factory reset to restore the Kindle Fire HD.
The Kindle Fire HD's manufacturer recommends restarting the device when users notice a lag, have trouble downloading content, or encounter a frozen screen. A restart does not remove any content from the tablet. Users can follow these steps:
* Press and hold the "Power" button for 20 seconds.
* Check that the device has shut down.
* Press the "Power" button to restart the tablet.
If the Kindle Fire HD is still unresponsive after restarting, or if users encounter error messages, they can attempt a factory reset.
A factory reset of the Kindle Fire HD removes all content and settings, so users should prepare the device by charging the battery and backing up the data. This ensures that all of the content remains intact and avoids leaving the tablet in an unusable state.
A factory reset involves intense activity for the Kindle Fire HD. Therefore, users should charge the device until the battery reaches at least 50 percent of its capacity. A battery failure during a factory reset can render the device unusable.
The Kindle Fire HD uses data that is stored in Amazon's Cloud. However, users should still create backups of their data for several reasons. For example, users can reinstall games after a factory reset, but they may lose the record of their progress. Also, the problem with the device may have arisen before it uploaded the latest settings and data to the Cloud. Users can preserve their content by following these steps:
* Connect the Kindle Fire HD to a computer using a USB cable.
* Open the "Kindle Fire" folder.
* Copy the following Kindle Fire folders to a new folder on the computer: "Alarms", "Android", "Audible", "Books", "Documents", "Downloads", "Movies", "Music", and "Pictures".
* Do not back up any other folders.
A factory reset restores the Kindle Fire HD to its state when it was shipped from the factory. The reset is easy to do from the user interface by following these steps:
* Disconnect the Kindle Fire HD from the computer.
* Go to "Settings".
* Select "More" followed by "Device".
* Select "Reset to Factory Defaults".
* Follow all prompts on the device.
* Restart the Kindle Fire HD.
After a factory reset, the device begins to restore data immediately. All users have to do is follow the prompts to re-register their Kindle Fire HD to their Amazon account. Users should follow these steps to restore all their content and settings using the backup created before the reset:
* Connect the Kindle Fire HD to a computer.
* Open one window to view the content on the device and another to view the backup.
* Open each folder and copy content in the backup to its corresponding folder on the tablet.
* Click the "Yes" or "OK" button on the computer when warned about overwriting files.
* Disconnect the device from the computer.
* Switch on the Kindle Fire HD.
* Verify that all folders and content are present.
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that runs a customised version of the operating system. It is available in two form factors: 7-inch and 8.9-inch screens. The manufacturer recommends restarting the device to resolve software issues, such as lags, errors, and frozen screens. However, if the problems persist, users may need to restore the device to its factory settings.