Kindle Fire Wi-Fi Connection Problems

Some users have complained of a problem with the Wi-Fi capabilities of the new tablet developed and distributed by Amazon , the Kindle Fire . In the forum there is a long list of dealer responses in the discussion “Kindle Fire can not connect to the Internet.” Some argue that users can not connect to Wi-Fi networks, while others are able to connect to a router, but can not access the Internet.

Kindle Fire Wi-Fi Connection Problems

Although I am only three weeks that the tablet in question began to be placed on the market, Amazon has already released a software update . The release introduces new features for magazines, children’s books, e-mail access and integration with Facebook . However, the notes do not mention any correction V.6.1 upgrade to the bug mentioned above, even if the opinions of the users are quite inconsistent in this regard. Some maintain that the patch enables them to solve the problem with the connection, while in others the problem persists after you have installed the latest firmware.

Some users who have installed the update via USB 6.1, and subsequently restarted the router, I finally managed to connect to the Internet. Consumers that despite the installation of the bug is not solved, they can try the new version 6.2 that among the notes for the improvements includes a phrase such as smoky encouraging “improvements in the functioning of the Kindle Fire.” Despite the numerous negative feedback, Amazon has not yet publicly acknowledged the problem of Wi-Fi. And so everything is in addition to other feedback negative at this time raging around the image of the promising Fire.

Source: CNET
Via Electronista 


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