Amazon has warned Kindle users with old models to upgrade the software by March 22.
Amazon has warned Kindle users with old models to upgrade the software by March 22. Users, who fail to update their devices will lose Internet connectivity and will not be able to download Kindle books from its store, it said in a post.
The Amazon post reads, “Customers using an outdated software version on Kindle e-readers require an important software update by March 22, 2016 in order to continue to download Kindle books from the Cloud, access the Kindle Store, and use other Kindle services on their device.”
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Amazon further goes on to explain that if users do not update their devices by March 22, they will receive a message saying, “Your Kindle is unable to connect at this time. Please make sure you are within wireless range and try again. If the problem persists, please restart your Kindle from the Menu in Settings and try again.” However, users do not need to worry much as the update can be installed manually on Kindle devices.
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The models that need to be updated include generations 1,2,3 and 4; Paperwhite 5th generation; Kindle DX 2nd generation from 2009 and Kindle Keyboard 3rd generation from 2010. To upgrade devices, users can simply ‘Sync and Check for Items’ from Menu tab on the Home screen.