the fire 10 is my seventh kindle, and only about half of my books would download. The massage said I had too many devices? So unfair! Nothing about this limitation was mentioned when I bought the books. If we own these books, why all the limitations? I am really feeling taken advantage of. The more I spend, the less I get. What is this limit on devices? I have several devices listed that I don’t even know what they are.
The massage said I had too many devices? So unfair! Nothing about this limitation was mentioned when I bought the books.
Actually, use to be that on the Kindle books product page there was usually a note that told you how many devices the book can be downloaded on. Typically, the limit is six - but some are unlimited and others less than six (textbooks I think tend to be just one). Not sure why any of the books I just check didn't show that.
There's no limit on how many Kindle devices you can have and no reason y ou can't download any of your books to any of them. What is limited is how many devices a book can be downloaded to at the same time.
If you talk to Customer Service they can help you straighten out your library so you can download the rest of your books to your current Kindle, and to any new Kindle you buy.
Actually, you don't own any digital products you buy from any company (Amazon, Apple, Google, etc.) -- you are actually purchasing a license. The terms of service (which you agreed to when you activated each Kindle or Fire), states that there may be limits to how many devices a Kindle book can be on.