It’s already a day after the March 22 deadline for the critical Kindle update, which Amazon announced recently. Users of the e-book reader released between 2007 and 2012 should have updated their software to ensure their device stay connected to the internet.
Do not fear! If you missed the deadline, there is still a way to rekindle your device and fire up the latest software. According to International Business Times, you can return to your device’s normal functionality through a few easy steps using your computer and your e-book reader’s data cable.
Here are the steps to manually update your device: (via IBT)
You should first determine which model and software you have before making the update. If it’s the fifth generation or older, you should download the update which you can find here.Then determine the software version running in your device. You can find this in “Settings” and the current Software version can be found at the bottom.
*If you have a Kindle Keyboard, the second-gen, or DX, you will have to download the right software first which has a different serial number from your Kindle device. Go to “Settings” and choose “Device Info” to determine the serial number. You can also use your Amazon account to look for the info in the “Manage Your Content and Device” section.
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