When it comes to making the choice between e-book readers available on the market the first thing that many people realize is that Amazon offers the revolutionary "big-screen" gadget that is Kindle DX. With its amazing 9.7 inches display the e-book reading becomes much simpler process, especially if your eyes are not what they used to be.
However, sometimes this sophisticated gadget becomes stupid and behaves in strange ways. And you start asking yourself the questions like this "how to get this foolish device to behave in proper way?". To find the correct tips, tricks and secrets select appropriate topic:
Extend Kindle battery life
The Kindle DX boasts a built-in, rechargeable, 3.7V Lithium Polymer cell of 1530mAh. Amazon claims that a properly maintained Kindle DX battery is designed to last for up to a few years. So, the question is how to treat Kindle DX battery to extend its life? Following are a few simple tips, first five are the most important:
1. Make sure that you fully recharge Kindle DX battery at least once per month (fully recharge means charging the battery to 100% and then completely running it down).
If Kindle DX discharges too quickly turn OFF Wireless (Home ==> Menu) and disable "Auto" for Screen Rotation ( Press "Aa" button and set "Screen Rotation" to anything you want but not to "Auto")
If Kindle DX battery is discharged and will not accept a charge the Amazon firmware may be glitched. In this case you may need to apply hard reset to device providing the outlet is live and the charger is not out of order.
If the charging light next to your Kindle's micro-USB port is not lit and you are completely sure that outlet is all right then try to reset the operating system that powers Amazon e-reader.