Is your Kindle Fire WiFi Connection Failure giving you a hard time? Don’t Worry! We are here to help you. There could be a number of possible due to which you may not be able to connect your Kindle device to the Wi-Fi. If you are fed up with trying every possible troubleshooting step, but unable to fix the problem, read the post, and follow the mentioned instructions to fix the problem.

Why Kindle Won’t Connect to WiFi?

Before you connect the Kindle Fire device to WiFi, you need to consider the following things:

Working Internet Connection
You need to check and make sure that your internet connection is working fine. You can do this by checking the connectivity status of other devices connected to the internet. In case there is a problem, contact your Internet Services Provider.

Airplane Mode Is Off
This is the most common yet silly mistake made by the users. Sometimes, the users Turn ON the Airplane mode and face this type of issue. This you need to make sure that the Airplane mode is turned off.

Correct WiFi Password

An incorrect Wi-Fi password will not allow you to connect to the Wi-Fi. So you have to check and make sure that you have entered the correct username and password details to log in to WiFi. In case you have forgotten the user ID or password, and have no idea how to change it, you can refer to the user manual for this task.

Device software
Software updates are very important to install from time to time but most of the users ignore it. If you want to use the Kindle Fire, you need to keep in mind that you have to update the Kindle Fire from time to time. The latest software version is available for the installation instantly to share a perfect Kindle experience with the users.

What to Do To Fix Kindle Fire WiFi Connection Failure?

If you are getting the Kindle Fire WiFi Connection Failure error message whenever you try to connect your Kindle Fire to Wi-Fi, then don’t panic and follow the below-mentioned troubleshooting guidelines to fix the problem:

Restart Kindle
The restart method is also known as the universal method used for troubleshooting the device problem. So if your Kindle device is not connecting to the Wi-Fi, not turning on, you can give a restart to your device, and hopefully, it will fix the issue. Else, proceed with the next step.

Restart the router
In case the issue still continues to threaten you, restart the router. If possible, we recommend you to change the DHCP IP address to a static IP address after the restart.

Place Kindle and Router Closer
There are higher chances that you have placed your router far away from the Kindle device. All you have to do is keep your router and Kindle Fire closer to each other. Scan for the wireless network and once you see the wireless name appearing on the list, Tap on the name to connect it.

Restore Factory Settings
If none of the above-mentioned solutions help you to troubleshoot the Kindle Fire WiFi Connection Failure issue, we recommend you reset your Kindle Fire device to its factory default. Reset will allow users to connect to the Wi-Fi network again without any hassle.

These are some simple troubleshooting steps that can help you to fix Kindle Fire WiFi Connection Failure on your device. The mentioned steps are simple, but if you are still unable to connect your Kindle device to Wi-Fi, waste no more time and contact the Kindle Help team now for expert advice.