To answer your question, most any decent charger with a micro-USB connection will work with your tablet, but for the best results I recommend that you purchase this Amazon 9W USB Official OEM Charger and Power Adapter directly from Amazon.
Unplug your kindle, hold the power button and the vol down button simultaneously for ten seconds. The battery will appear as a low charge. This resets the kindle, from here, plug the charger in and wait until it turns on, should be s few minutes!! Done
A close look at the charger port attachment shows it is indeed very poorly designed for constant plugging and unplugging, and probably heating and cooling. There are two metal attachment prongs on the charging port which fit in corresponding holes in the MB to hold the port. There are two flush solder points for power on either side of the port (the design would have been significantly better if these two points were through the board and not soldered on the surface), and five micro pins. The solder looked to me to be brittle, and likely just detached after heating/cooling, with the motion up/down motion of plugging and unplugging the charging cable, the whole port just pulled off the board - a combination of poor design and bad solder.
The charge plug port on the kindle wears out over time and the plug needs a special angle to work. If you get the message "battery too low to power on kindle", and you are unable to get the orange light to stay on while plugged-in, then here is what you do. While plugged-in with screen facing up, tilt the plug up about 30-40 degrees and the orange light should stay on. Now, to keep this charging while your away, just lay the plug end where the cord meets the plug end on top of a book. This will keep the angle you need to continue charging.
I was about to drop my 4-year old Kindle Fire into the tech junk drive, and then I tried this tip. Miraculous. But how random that putting the charger on a book is the answer. Yay, tech savvy fitcruisin.
I bought a kindle 10.1 in Aug. 2016. Everything was great until Oct. I noticed it wasn't charging. I put a book under the area where charger goes in thinking it wasn't getting its connection like a cell phone. It was at 18% and before I knew it it wa dead!!! During the month of October my husband got cancer and today is the first day I've looked at it. It's deader than a door nail. I plugged it in thinking ... Maybe and nothing.
the kindle fire has a problem with the usb micro port on the main board if you take the back off and take out the screws and the detach the cables you will discover the usb micro charging port has became lose from the board try soldiering it back on.good luck
I had two different problems where my kindle would not charge. If it is to low of a battery leave it plugged in for 2-3 days and it will be fully charged. If you plug it in and it is not charging it is not always a problem with the charging port. It could also be the prongs on your charger is worn down from plugging and unplugging you kindle.
I used a fast charger (5V, 2A), and the orange light turned on. After a few minutes, it turned off. I when the charging light turned off, I unplugged it, hold the power slide for some time, and plugged it again. Each time I did that, the light stayed on longer. The light didn't turn on immediately after I plugged it in, it took like a minute to do so.
I did this for 3 days, and on day 4, the empty battery page disappeared and Kindle started! I couldn't believe it, seems like these small loads reborn my kindle. Now, this kindle and its battery are about 7 years old, and the battery clearly is old and worn out. At this time, it lasts about 4 or 5 hours, and I gets "fully charged" (light turns green) after an hour on the fast charger. I'm still charging it twice a day, hoping battery life may still improve a little. I'll probably buy a new battery, but I'm still glad I was able to get it back from death.
If your charger is plugged into the wall and plugged into your Kindle, but your Kindle shows no sign that the battery life is being replenished, then your charger may be the problem. Borrow a friend's charger that you know is functional. If your Kindle can charge using their cord, then it must be your own that is the problem. Replacing the charger should fix the problem.
If you can't get your Kindle's battery to charge, even when using a working charger, then perhaps the charger port has been bent or damaged. A bent charger port may be especially obvious if the charger jack does not fit or does not remain connected to the input when plugged in. If this is the case, then the input should be replaced. To replace the charger port, refer to the charger/micro HDMI port repair guide.
What's not so good is that it uses the cheapest plug around. This has an old style pin charger on it, while the Fire HD 8 Plus uses USB-C. We can't help thinking that using USB-C on the charger would create a better universality and potentially less waste down the line.
It's a Qi standard charger which is important for a couple of reasons. Firstly, it means the Fire HD 8 Plus is Qi standard too. That means you can use it with existing Qi chargers you might have. We've tested it and it works and that's convenient for charging in public places with Qi chargers or to charge on Qi-compatible charging furniture, for example.
The Pro models are designed for those who need a little extra firepower from their iPad, with the M2 processor under the hood easily juggling the tasks of the most demanding users. The large screens are also a great boon to creative types. Apple iPad 10.9 10th Gen The newest and best iPad for pretty much everyone In Short Pros
Samsung chargers and headphones are no longer included in the box when you purchase a new phone. This is an initiative designed to reduce waste and encourage reuse. Instead, you can continue to use a Samsung charger purchased with a recent Samsung phone model. If you have an older phone the charger type may differ.
Your phone or tablet is powered by a standard rechargeable Li-ion battery. To get the most out of your device, use the Adaptive Fast Charger and USB-C cable that came in the box. This charger has a power supply of 5.0V/2.0A and has SAMSUNG printed on it.
Samsung accessories are designed to maximise battery life. Samsung does not recommend using any chargers other than Samsung chargers, especially chargers that are uncertified or counterfeit. These can hinder the charging of your device and may cause battery issues if used long term. Find out how to spot counterfeit accessories.
Most Samsung chargers can be used abroad. However, you should check the charger to make sure it's compatible. The words "TRAVEL ADAPTER" and an input voltage of 100-240 V will be printed on Samsung chargers. If your charger has these features, then typically only a plug adapter is required when travelling internationally. These can be purchased from many electronics retailers.
The 4 port USB travel charger is the most compact option for travellers from around the world wanting to recharge devices via USB, however for visitors also wanting to use their domestic plugs the following power converters provide larger but more versatile solutions. All three power adapters offer surge protection which is crucial when visiting regions with unstable power supplies to prevent damage to any connected devices. These travel converters come with interchangeable type C, I and G plugs covering both Italy and over 150 destinations:
The Kindle Fire ships with a micro-USB-to-USB cable. You can use this cable to connect your Kindle Fire to your computer so that you can transfer files and charge the device. Fully charging your Kindle Fire using this cable takes 11 hours. If you want to cut this to less than 5 hours, you must spend an extra $19.99 to purchase an Amazon Kindle PowerFast adapter. This charger plugs directly into a wall outlet instead of using your computer as a charging conduit.
The stock wall chargers provided with your Kindle Fire are usually rated at 1 Amp. That means that it will charge your battery with 1,000 mA every hour. If your battery capacity is 4,000 mAh, it will finish charging in approximately 4 hours.
But beware when choosing a new charger. Before you make the purchase, consult the user manual or call customer service to see what the maximum charger power for your device is. You should never go higher than the recommended ratings, since you may damage your device or even cause an electrical fire.
Nowadays, people are always on the run. Cutting down the time it takes to charge a device, therefore, means a lot. Using a wall charger and keeping your apps in check can be of significant help. Coupled with a more powerful charger, you can say goodbye to the 10+ hours it took to charge your Kindle Fire tablet over a computer.
While Apple and Samsung OEM chargers can be a little pricey, other brands have reliable options. When it comes to Apple, look for MFi certification for both charging adapters and cables. MFi certification stands for Made for iPhone/iPod/iPad and ensures Apple approved these third-party products.
I know the Kindle charger can't be used to charge an iPad (doesn't put out enough power) but what about the other way around? Can the Apple power adapter (used for iPads, iPods and iPhones) charge a Kindle?
Presuming your'e talking about using the power block to plug the kindle's usb into, I'd check the specs for the kindle, but theoretically you should be able to use any commercially available power block to charge it from an wall outlet.
I don't think it will work--my Kindle charger has a small (mini) connection which plugs into the reader and a regular USB at the other end. This regular USB fits into an optional electric plug. The iPad has a broad based connector which attaches to the device. The other end is regular USB.
This has been discussed many times. Anything that charges using the USB 5 volt, 1 amp, 5 watt standard will charge fine with the iPad's USB 5 volt, 2 amp, 10 watt charger. You will not fry anything as long as the 5 volt requirement is not exceeded. If the charger has a higher amp/watt rating the device will still charge drawing only the amp/watts it needs and no more. If you try charging the iPad with it's higher amp/watt requirements with a lower 1 amp USB power source it will charge slower or not at all, but you will still not fry anything as long as the 5 volts is not exceeded. 59ce067264