How to: Restore Kindle Fire Factory Settings

December 25, 2011

in How To,Kindle Fire,Mobile

Kindle fire is a new device and the users all wide are featuring different problems while you are using your kindle fire. And you also know that I’m trying my best to help you all kindle fire users. And I’ve already shared some posts about kindle fire. In my previous post I’ve shared what should you do when you forgot your kindle fire password. In this post I’m going to share how to restore kindle fire factory settings. So let me share how to restore your kindle factory settings.

How to Restore Kindle Fire Factory Settings

  • At first go to the Home Screen of  your kindle fire.
  • Now  tap the Quick Settings icon
  • Select Device

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  • Now s elect Reset to Factory Defaults

 

So, now you can easily restore the factory settings of your kindle fire.

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J January 1, 2012 at 4:38 pm

FYI: when resetting the kindle fire (more like hot ashes) the battery needs to be charged to at least 40%. It will prompt you of this first, so in the pic with a battery of 31% you won’t be able to reset.

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admin January 1, 2012 at 8:55 pm

Yeah, you are right J, I just used the pic to make you understand about the post

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