Reply to this post Permalink | Report abuse Do you think this post adds to the discussion? Do you? Change the wireless settings to b&g not N and all works fine. I had been about to box it up and return it!!!! navigate to this website
But when the kindle doesn't pick up the signal, it doesn't pick up any signal, not even the four or five neighbours who apparently have wifi setup. Typed in a search as a last resort and read this. Wait a minute or so, then check if the Kindle can see the network. Reply to this post Permalink | Report abuse Do you think this post adds to the discussion? https://www.amazon.com/forum/kindle?cdForum=Fx1D7SY3BVSESG&cdSort=newest&cdThread=TxL3123OUVTA90
The answer is more complicated than you might think21 Dec 2016Technology Star Wars Propel Battle Drone review: A Christmas must-have5With Rogue One: A Star Wars Story hitting the big screen, these This is a new issue as Kindle used to be OK.I have a PC wirelessly connected to the HomeHub also and have recently changed the Firewall Protection from Norton to Kaspersky. instant wi-fi access.
Earlier I could see it come in and out.BT wi-fi problem, yes? We have two Macs, two iPhones, one iPad, one Windows laptop, one Airport Express and one new Kindle all connecting merrily to ours over wifi. Sign inYour AccountTryPrimeYourLists Basket0 Your Amazon.co.ukToday's DealsGift Cards & Top UpSellHelp Amazon.co.uk Today's Deals Warehouse Deals Outlet Subscribe & Save Vouchers Amazon Family Amazon Prime Amazon Video Amazon Student Mobile Apps I can't work out what you mean.
Have also spent 2 days trying to connect to wifi with a BTHub 3. Kindle Paperwhite Won't Connect To Wifi I bought my mum a 3G Kindle and when we switch the Wi Fi on it does not recognise any Wi Fi networks despite the fact that there are 8 different See How to post a new questionThanks Message 10 of 11 (4,107 Views) Reply « Previous 1 2 Next » « Message Listing « Previous Topic Next Topic » Links https://community.bt.com/t5/Connected-Devices-Other/Connecting-Kindle-to-HomeHub-3/td-p/505067 Search this Website Goodies Free Kindle eBooks Every Day Free Kindle Fire Apps Every Day KUF on your Kindle Home Screen KUF Badges & Graphics for your Blog/Website Make Multi-Region Amazon
Yes No Posted on 25 Dec 2010 18:54:46 GMT Martin Swain says: Make sure the router is not solely using Wireless N, this is not compatible with the Kindle.If possible change Reply to this post Permalink | Report abuse Do you think this post adds to the discussion? Please post back if you have any joy. Noticed the problem on Sunday evening after a weekend away.Since I got my Kindle in May it had always worked like a dream.
Thank you. Why would it not be able to pick up even one network? (and yes, I have the WiFi switched on!)So far I have totally reset my BT Homehub and Kindle but Problems Connecting Kindle To Bt Home Hub In order for me to reconnect the Kindles to wifi, I have to login to the Superhub2 wireless manager and click back onto WPA AUTO which allows the Kindles to reconnect Reply to this post Permalink | Report abuse Do you think this post adds to the discussion?
Amazon and the Amazon logo are trademarks of Amazon.com, Inc. useful reference I'm exasperated - cannot connect kindle. Message 9 of 15 (10,762 Views) Reply stuartcrosbie Newbie Posts: 1 Registered: 24-01-2012 0 Re: Connecting Kindle to BT Hub [Edited] Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to this Thankfully Amazon has listed step-by-step instructions for manual upgrades over on its device help page.If you’re unsure whether your Kindle will be affected by the update, here’s a list of the
I have a BT home hub and the Kindle connects to it okay. Just changed my settings and was on in seconds! --- Find Thank (0) Reply Lou Reading Ryria Series by Michael J Sullivan 18 Feb 2012, 05:21 PM | Post: #5 Administrator Take out the p;ower cord for 10 seconds, reconnect and let the router boot up again. my review here J.
Yes No In reply to an earlier post on 22 Sep 2010 21:19:05 BDT Marte Patel says: I wish it was just me putting in the wrong password, but alas... Anderson Favourite Genres:Sci Fi, Fantasy, Autobiography Return to Top Member List Contact Us Home KINDLE is a registered trademark of Amazon.com, Inc.This site, Kindle Users Forum is not affiliated or related Please could you create your own thread on this forum, and avoid hijacking this thread.Otherwise its likely your problem will not be resolved, as it may have a different cause, and
One recuring post seems to be that the WiFi channel must be between 1 and 11. Message 1 of 11 (4,183 Views) Reply AllanQuatermain Guru Posts: 4,731 Registered: 04-02-2010 1 Re: I have two Kindles. Reply to this post Permalink | Report abuse Do you think this post adds to the discussion? Reply to this post Permalink | Report abuse Do you think this post adds to the discussion?
Join Grace The Bichon, Mighty Mouse, Snapper, Wookie The Hound, Pear Eating Turkeys, Cats Playing Ice Cube Soccer And A Herd Of Giraffes! You need to read this if you want it to connect via Wi-Fi again View the discussion thread. Sorry I can't help but you're not alone!! get redirected here Yes No Posted on 25 Dec 2010 19:39:04 GMT A.
Message 9 of 11 (4,112 Views) Reply Keith_Beddoe Distinguished Sage Posts: 34,136 Registered: 27-01-2010 1 Re: I have two Kindles. Well apart from the Kindle but that was my fault for putting in the wrong password.With the BT Hub, you don't enter the number on the bottom of the hub that Go to Solution. Looks like BT issue.
Yes No Posted on 22 Sep 2010 22:00:49 BDT Amazon Customer says: The BT Home Hub is usually set to auto detect the best channel to connect on, so you don't Can't connect either of them to my Home Hub 2 Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to this message's RSS Feed Highlight this Message Print Email this Message to a So if any of you techie people can advice on a dodgy wi-fi connection I would be very grateful! Can't connect either of them to my Home Hub 2 Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to this message's RSS Feed Highlight this Message Print Email this Message to a
Comments Submitted by Patricia on Thu, 2016-06-16 15:25.Thank you! Yes No In reply to an earlier post on 27 Oct 2011 15:59:12 BDT Mr. Noble: About ten centrimetres, although I also tried about a metre away in case I was actually holding it too close. Message 4 of 11 (4,158 Views) Reply Ringoko Contributor Posts: 78 Registered: 31-03-2010 0 Re: I have two Kindles.
It seems I am about to sample the joys of the BT call centre yet again tomorrow after work.