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Soyablack123
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posted: 11/22/2017 at 5:34:20 AM ET
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Quite a few people have run into issues with their Kindle Fire HD tablet refusing to start up properly — it gets as far as the logo and gets stuck. Restarting the device simply takes you as far as the logo again. There are forum posts about this problem going back a few years now and some of our readers recently asked about it in the comments.
Potential solutions:
 Plug your tablet into a charger and let it charge for at least 15 minutes. Now, keep it plugged in, and press and hold the Power button until it restarts and see if it works normally. You may need to hold it down for 40 seconds or more.
 Try plugging it into your computer and see if the device is recognized.
 If it still won’t progress past the logo, then it’s probably a good idea to contact Kindle Customer Service.
 You could try and see if you can get into the recovery menu. Turn the tablet off, then turn it on and press and hold the Power and Volume downbuttons simultaneously. Sadly, some tablets require you to use the Power and Volume up buttons, however, so if Volume down doesn’t work, then try Volume up. If you manage to get into the recovery menu, then you can use the volume keys to highlight options and the Power button to select them. You could also try performing a factory reset via wipe data/ factory reset, but be aware that it will wipe everything on your tablet.


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StevenMorgan
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posted: 11/23/2017 at 7:34:35 AM ET
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Press and hold the power button for 20 seconds then release. Sit tight for the Kindle to control off totally, at that point press the power button quickly to restart it. In the event that the Kindle goes appropriately once more into the boot circle, at that point endeavoring the reset once more. Assignment Help UK | AssignmentEmpire

AliciaGill
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posted: 12/4/2017 at 10:16:04 AM ET
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Sit tight for the Kindle to control off totally, at that point press the power catch quickly to restart it Assignment Writing Service Online in the event that the Kindle goes ideal over into the boot circle, take a stab at charging it for 30 moment to 60 minutes, at that point endeavoring the reset once more.

elizabethdavid
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posted: 12/16/2017 at 7:19:21 AM ET
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I can't get my Kindle Fire to boot. When it is fueled on, the screen demonstrates the Kindle Fire logo, and that is it. Do my paper for me. I saw that another person had a similar inquiry, however, the main answers were for a hard reset. I have attempted that various circumstance. I've additionally had a go at charging it completely and giving it a chance to release totally before reviving once more, all with a similar outcome.

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posted: 12/16/2017 at 7:19:44 AM ET
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I can't get my Kindle Fire to boot. When it is fueled on, the screen demonstrates the Kindle Fire logo, and that is it. Do my paper for me. I saw that another person had a similar inquiry, however, the main answers were for a hard reset. I have attempted that various circumstance. I've additionally had a go at charging it completely and giving it a chance to release totally before reviving once more, all with a similar outcome.

elizabethdavid
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