Why is my Kindle Touch screen not responding?

Why is my Kindle Touch screen not responding?

If Your Kindle stops responding to your touch or button input, or becomes sluggish or otherwise uncooperative, performing a hard restart may restore it to its former glory. To conduct a hard restart, simply press and hold the power button for six to eight seconds.

How do you unfreeze a Kindle Fire screen?

Restart your Kindle to resolve intermittent issues such as a frozen screen or slow performance. Press and hold the power button until either a power dialog box appears or the screen goes blank. Continue holding the power button for 40 seconds, then release.

How do I get my Kindle to unfreeze?

To reset your Kindle, press the power switch for at least 20 seconds; when you release the switch, a reboot screen will appear on your Kindle and the device should be unfrozen.

Why is my Kindle screen frozen?

A frozen Kindle may be the result of a low battery. If you know that your Kindle is low on charge at the time it locks up, connect the device to a power source. After the Kindle has charged, attempt to reset the device by holding down the power button.

Why did my Kindle Fire freeze up?

Very hot or cold environments negatively affect the processor. In some rare instances, cases or sleeves have been known to impact upon the performance of the Fire tablets. If you have a recurring problem with your tablet freezing up, try using it without a case for a while to see if it solves the issue.

Why is my Kindle Fire screen frozen?

Restart your device to fix a frozen or looping screen during startup. Before restarting, charge your device for at least 30 minutes with an Amazon-branded power adapter. Hold the power button down for 40 seconds or until your device shuts off.

How do I unfreeze my Kindle app?

Try closing the Kindle app completely and see if it works when you re-open the app : from the home screen (i.e. not with the Kindle app ‘open’ on-screen) double-click the home button to bring up the taskbar, then press and hold any of the apps on the taskbar for a couple of seconds or so until they start shaking, then …