Kindle is a reading tablet by Amazon that allows you to buy and save books, comics, magazines and newspapers on your device. You can also use the device for other purposes such as entertainment and event organization.
You may occasionally face issues when trying to download audiobooks to your Kindle. It can be very devastating especially if you urgently need the download for work, school or any other important reason.
The first step you should take in when you are having trouble downloading to your Kindle is to ensure that you have purchased the book correctly. You can do this by checking your 'Purchase History' and ensuring that is indeed in the list. If it is not on the list try downloading the book again and if the download is still unsuccessful, you can move to other measures.
You can also try the oldest troubleshooting solution in the book if you having trouble downloading books on Kindle. Shutting down your device and then restarting it is a surefire way to get your device functioning optimally. It works more often than you think.
One of the steps you should take is to ensure that you are connected to a Wi-Fi network. To check your connection, you should:
If you are connected to a Wi-Fi network but Kindle is still not downloading, confirm the firmware version. You can do this by:
Another reason why your Kindle may have problems downloading is because there is not enough space on your device. You should check if there is enough space on your device through the following steps:
Another reason why you may face issues when downloading to your Kindle is that the payment method was invalid at the time of purchase. An invalid payment method can lead to the prevention of content syncing or opening on your device. to check if your payment method is valid:
Download problems on Kindle may also be present if the content is not supported by your device. You should check for the list of supported devices on app's detail page on the Amazon website.
You can also use 'Manage your Contents and Devices' page at Amazon to deliver content to your device if you are having download issues with Kindle. You can do this by:
If all the above steps fail, you should contact Kindle customer care and give them a call. You can find the number on GetHuman.
After thousands of Kindle customers came to GetHuman in search of an answer to this problem (and many others), we decided it was time to publish instructions. So we put together What Do I Do If I'm Having Trouble Downloading to My Kindle? to try to help. It takes time to get through these steps according to other users, including time spent working through each step and contacting Kindle if necessary. Best of luck and please let us know if you successfully resolve your issue with guidance from this page.
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