Most of the time, your Amazon Kindle does not need any maintenance outside of battery charging. Like any device that runs software, however, it may occasionally become unresponsive, sluggish or impossible to act the way that it should. Kindle
To restart your Kindle, turn your Kindle on. If you're in the middle of reading a book, return to your device's home screen. Next, tap the Menu icon (three vertical dots located at the top of the home screen) and select Settings . Now, tap the menu icon again. Restart your Device . Amazon Kindle
If your Kindle stops responding to your touch or button input, or becomes uncooperative, it will restart to its former glory.
To conduct a hard restart, simply press and hold the power button for six to eight seconds. After around 1
Continue to hold the power button for one minute, then release it. When you release the power button, you will notice that the charge indicator light (the location of this light will vary depending on which Kindle you own) will turn on. Once this happens, your Kindle will restart, allowing you to start reading, once more.
How to Factory-Reset your Kindle
If your Kindle continues to act as a restorer, it may be beneficial to reset it to its original factory settings.
You should know that resetting your Kindle will remove you from the downloaded or side-loaded documents may have had on the device. Additionally, your Wi-Fi settings, Amazon account information, and any passcodes or parental controls you may have applied to the Kindle.
To perform a factory reset on your Kindle, turn your Kindle on. If you're in the middle of reading a book, return to your device's home screen. Next, tap the Menu icon (three vertical dots located at the top of the home screen) and select Settings . Halfway down the page, you should see a menu option entitled Device Options . Tap this. Near the bottom of the Device Options page is an option labeled Reset . Select the option; Do you want to wipe your Kindle? Yes .
Kindle to restart.