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Fix Kindle Fire Wi-Fi Issues

Written by Kres Harrington. Posted in Android, News

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Published on December 07, 2011 with 1 Comment

Men lie, women lie, numbers don’t. I think Jay Z said that among many others. The numbers I’m referring to are those of the Kindle Fire, according to CNN Money Amazon will own 50% of the Android tablet market in 2012, another number, 3.9 million are forecast to be shipped by the end of the year. But there is a little down side for the user. Users have reported problems with Wi-Fi. Some believe the Silk browser is to blame for the slow reacting screen. But back to the crux of the issue, if you are having issues do the following. Number 1: Turn off the Silk Browser’s caching feature. Next: Visit the support forums (you’ll find great suggestions). Then: Update your Kindle to the latest 6.2 firmware and Contact Amazon Customer Service. There customer service should exchange your tablet if nothing else works.

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  • David

    No wonder it’s cheap