How to Reset Kindle Fire When It Freezes

Hold the power button down for 40 seconds or until your device shuts off . If a pop-up appears with the option to restart, keep holding down the power button until it shuts off. After your device is powered off, press the power button for two seconds to turn it back on.

Dealing with a frozen or unresponsive screen on your Amazon Fire HD 8 tablet can be frustrating, especially when you cannot perform any actions. Luckily, there are two simple ways to reset your device and get it back up and running.

The first method involves plugging in your tablet and holding down the power button until the Amazon logo appears. Begin by connecting your device to a power source and ensuring that it is charging. Then, press and hold the power button until you see the Amazon logo on the screen. As soon as the logo appears, release the power button and your tablet should reboot.

If you do not have access to a power cable, the second method may be more suitable. Begin by holding down the power button for approximately 20 seconds or until the screen goes completely black. This will ensure that your device is turned off. Then, press and hold the power button again for a few seconds until the Amazon logo appears. Release the power button as soon as the logo appears and your tablet should start up again.

In case you encounter any issues or have further queries, feel free to drop a comment below. Hopefully, these methods have helped you get your Fire HD 8 tablet up and running again.


How do I reset an unresponsive Kindle Fire?
Just press and hold the power button until you see the Power menu appear, then tap Restart. If you press and hold the power button but the screen simply goes blank, continue holding the button for at least another 40 seconds, and it should reset automatically.
What to do when Amazon Fire tablet freezes?
Restart your Fire tablet.Force close the app.Clear the app cache and data.Uninstall and reinstall the app. Note: Pre-installed apps can't be uninstalled.
Why is my Kindle Fire stuck on the amazon screen?
A discharged battery is often the cause of the Amazon Fire tablet getting stuck on the Fire logo screen. A lack of available storage space can also affect the restart and startup processes as can a connected device plugged into the Amazon Fire tablet's USB port.