Your kindle software is updating
Please make sure you are within wireless range and try again.If the problem persists, please restart your Kindle from the Menu in Settings and try again.” Check out the video above to find out more.If for any reason you can’t update your Kindle before March 22, don’t panic.You’ll need to update it manually by connecting it to a computer via USB.The update applies to all Kindle e-readers up to and including the release of the Kindle Paperwhite 5 generation. Check out the table below to discover which version of the software you need and how to update.
Heck, it’s so easy that you’ll probably wonder why I even bothered to write a tutorial. Because I’m a swell guy, that’s why.)First make sure you have a working Wi-Fi connection for your Kindle Fire.
So you’ve got a brand-spanking new Kindle Fire and Amazon’s already released a brand-spanking new software update for it. Well, brush off that question mark hovering above your head as we’ve got the step-by-step lowdown that’ll light a new fire into your Kindle Tablet. First things first, it's a good idea to check what version you have.
Who knows, you might have the latest update installed already.
If you have an Amazon e-reader and haven't updated it in a while, you need to take action right now if you wish to keep using it.
Here's how to update Kindle, which will stop working as intended if you don't update before 22 March 2016. In order to continue being able to download e-books and using other Kindle services, a critical update has been issued by Amazon for Kindle e-readers sold before 2014.
• Plug the Kindle into its charging adaptor to ensure it has enough power to perform the update • Connect to Wi-Fi or use the built-in 2G/3G (see the table above for how you should connect) • From the home screen select Menu Check for Items • Leave your Kindle connected until the update is complete.