How to fix Amazon Kindle Fire boot loop

By | June 9, 2014

Kindle Fire is just more than the e-reader and it runs on the Android Operating System. It becomes an expensive paperweight when it got stuck in a boot loop. Boot loop is the situation arises in Android OS when an errant line of codes prevents the device from completing the boot cycle. This is nothing but the situation when the Android device attempts to boot up the OS, it fails and again tries to boot again in the endless loop. Boot loop also may occur when you are trying to install the firmware update or trying to install an app that is incompatible with the Kindle device.

Before giving your Kindle Fire device to the manufacturer for service, you can try to fix the boot loop error on your own. Follow the below procedure to fix Amazon Kindle Fire boot loop.

Step 1 : First turn off your Kindle Fire device and charge it until the indicator light on the device turns Green and it indicates the device is fully charged and it may take up to 5 hours.

Step 2 : After the device is fully charged, now turn on the device and wait for sometime for the logo to appear.


Step 3 : Now hard reset your device by pressing and holding the power button for few seconds and it reboots the Kindle device and it may often fix the errors which causes the boot loop.

Step 4 : Now turn on the Kindle device, it will fix the boot loop error most of the times. If still the looping continues now contact the Amazon for further support.

This is how you can fix the boot loop error on your own. Maximum times it will work.

Author: Peter Jacksonn

Peter, the most experienced in The Tech Bulletin team is a professional blogger and interested in reviewing the gadgets, giving solutions for technical queries. He covers the consumer electronics section along with latest apps and games.+Peter