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If you own a Kindle Fire, you may have probably noticed by now that it totally depends on Wi-Fi for connecting to the internet. Not only this, it even restricts you from establishing an internet connection via your mobile or any other means. In short, it leaves you with no other option than to depend on the Wi-Fi for browsing the internet in your Kindle Fire tablet. However, in recent times, people who own Amazon Kindle Fire are experiencing issues related to Wi-Fi. They are constantly raising queries that their Kindle is not connecting to the wireless network. They have tried all sorts of troubleshooting steps, but all their efforts went in vain as they were unable to fix the problem.

Are you one of those frustrated Kindle Fire customers who are fed up of its Wi-Fi connecting issue? Is your Kindle not connecting to the home network? Are you keep getting “authentication failure” message in return every time you try to connect your Kindle to the home network? Well, you don’t need to worry about anything. Here are a few simple tricks that you can try to fix the Wi-Fi issue:

Restart Your Device:
The first thing you need to do is – switch off your Kindle Fire tablet by holding the power button for 5-6 seconds. Now, after some time, switch it on and then try to connect.

Reset The Router:
If restarting the device doesn’t solve your problem, try resetting the router instead. If possible, change the IP address of your router from DHCP to static IP address. You can do this by simply turning off the router and clearing all the DHCP records on your internet router.

Restore Factory Settings:
It has been proven technically that most of the issues arising in mobile phones and tablets can be fixed by restoring your device’s factory settings. So, why not try the same with your Kindle Fire tablet. Many people have been able to successfully connect their kindle to the internet after restoring factory settings.

Update The New Kindle Fire Software:
Amazon has recently launched a new software version for Kindle Fire, so if you have not yet updated your Kindle Fire tablet, now is the time to do so as it might fix your Wi-Fi problem. You can simply update the operating system manually from manage kindle device option within your kindle settings.

Call A Reliable Amazon Kindle Support Provider:
If the above-written steps don’t work out for you, and still you get the same Wi-Fi connectivity issue again with your Kindle Fire tablet, the best way out is to take the help of a reliable Amazon Kindle Support Provider, just like us. We know what it takes to get your Kindle Fire back to its normalcy.

No doubt, Wi-Fi issues can arise in Amazon Kindle Fire tablets, but with proper support and assistance, things can be sorted out quite easily. The process to troubleshoot Wi-Fi issues can be resolved by following the steps mentioned above, but if Wi-Fi issues still remain as it is, then you can contact us in person anytime you want. Feel free to share your thoughts in the comment section below.

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