How long does a kindle battery last before replacement
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Why is my Kindle's battery life so poor?
Join , subscribers and get a daily digest of news, geek trivia, and our feature articles. Not anymore: read on as we show you how to blaze through your book collection without constant recharging. After we started experiencing decreased battery life on our Kindle Paperwhite, we went on an all out bender to ferret out every single cause of decreased Kindle battery life. Before we proceed, let us emphasize one thing. This guide is focused exclusively on getting the absolute maximum battery life out of your Kindle. Previous battery-blasting bugs include issues with the Kindle indexing books and failing to sleep properly, for example. If you need help manually updating your Kindle firmware check out our guide to doing so here.
User Name Remember Me? Password Notices Tip Got Facebook? Have you ever replaced the battery for your Kindle? If you have, which Kindle is it, how long had you had it before you replaced the battery and does the new battery work just as good as the original? I'd been wondering about exactly this, but I've only had a Kindle Touch since last fall, so, unfortunately, I don't have an answer. In another thread about turning WiFi on and off, I wrote that I frequently switched airplane mode.
Check the battery life meter on the Kindle before ordering a new battery and be sure No opportunity to find a charger, such as during a long international trip. (Important note: do not use a screwdriver or any other device, as it may damage.
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This nifty reading device fits snugly into your handbag or briefcase so you can enjoy its benefits anywhere. - By Rick Maybury. I was given a Kindle Paperwhite at Christmas.
Last updated on March 17th, 3 Comments. As long as you keep the screen safe, Kindles can last for many years. But eventually the battery is going to wear out, and it will get to the point where it no longer holds a charge. Most people just get rid of their old Kindles when the battery dies. After all, that is a pretty good excuse to buy one of the newer updated models with better hardware. Some still prefer the older model Kindle ereaders that have real page buttons, physical keyboards, and support for audio. Given the fact that the current line of E Ink Kindles offer none of those things, you can see why people would want to hold onto their beloved Kindle for as long as possible.