Friday, April 16, 2021

Amazon Kindle Fire Owners Reporting Wi-Fi Bug

Cnet: Shortly after Amazon began shipping its Kindle Fire tablet, customers began complaining about difficulty connecting to the Internet over Wi-Fi networks. Now the support forum has grown to 175 posts from frustrated owners. Some Fire owners say that Amazon called the problem a “known issue,” but the company has not yet publicly acknowledged the bug.

Some Fire owners say that installing the latest firmware update, 6.2, can solve the connectivity issues.

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