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Go to Manage your content and devices and verify that these ebooks are listed. If you have uploaded content instead of purchasing them, I may have to change the dropdown from Books to Docs. Piece of advice. Create collections to categorize your ebooks -- (History, Fiction, etc). When in collection view, you can see uploaded ebooks and purchased ebooks ...


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";dm" gets you the device logs, checked on kindle paperwhite 1, very useful


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This is an opinion/strategy question which is hard to answer. Generally though, even if you make an author page on a website, search engine placement for your Amazon page is going to be higher than your personal website. That said, it's still good to have a presence outside the Amazon universe. Amazon is cluttered with promos to other products. Book ...


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I'm guessing that the reason you are asking the question is that for some reason you don't have access to the account associated with the device. YOu could probably check with the Amazon people, but I'm pretty sure that the only way to redeem a gift card is via a web browser and only if you have the account holder's login/pass. Another option is to just ...


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I had the same problem. I contacted Amazon to solve it. The problem was a software update. Apparently, my kindle did not update vis wifi, so I updated it via manually via their website.


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I just tried hard reset in my kindle paperwhite and it solved the problem. just hold the power button for 20 seconds and let it restart.


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Most likely you downloaded a partial file or it was corrupted somehow. Just delete it from your device and try again. (Alternatively, remove it by going to Manage Your Content and Devices. Don't delete the ebook from all devices, just the one device you are working on. Failing that, you can also contact Oreilly or even the author and include a receipt. ...


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Methods for estimating page count for ebooks depend on a variety of things and don't really indicate anything. Different ebook distributors use different ISBNs. It used to be that print publishers would have a single ISBN. Nowadays, when you publish on a distributor's platform they will tend to assign an ISBN specific to the store. Google Play stores ...


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C:\Users(your user name)\Documents\My Kindle Content


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The documented way is to use the Kindle PC app and download the book inside that. The file will end up on your PC and only readable in the Kindle. The current versions download the book as a .kfx file that allows Kindle apps to do more with the data. Older versions downloaded the file as a .azw file. The USB option does need Kindle hardware. The hardware ...


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Not sure if you are still looking for a solution, but I was in the same situation. I had an Amazon US account and an Amazon IN account. Both of these has a few eBooks. I installed the Kindle for Android app on my phone with one account. And then installed the Parallel Space app via the playstore https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.lbe.parallel....


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