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Old 04-08-2013, 01:41 AM   #1
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LXer: How to reset Kindle Fire HD to default factory settings

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The Kindle Fire HD is a great tablet. However, things can go wrong if you install too many applications from other sources than Amazon's. In this case, you will need to reset it to the default factory settings. You will also need to reset your Kindle Fire HD if you want to sell or gift it to somebody else. This will erase the data and account stored in the tablet. Things you have bought from Amazon, like books, movies ... are still stored in the Amazon server tied to your Amazon account.



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