There are a few different ways that you can factory reset your Kindle Fire without your parental control password. If you have forgotten your password, or if you want to reset your device for any other reason, follow the steps below.
- First, locate the reset button on your Kindle Fire
- This is usually located on the back of the device near the power button
- Once you have located the reset button, press and hold it for at least 20 seconds
- After holding the reset button for 20 seconds, your Kindle Fire should reboot and begin the factory reset process automatically
- If your Kindle Fire does not begin the factory reset process automatically after holding the reset button for 20 seconds, you may need to perform a manual factory reset by following these instructions: 5
- Locate the volume down button on your Kindle Fire and press and hold it while simultaneously pressing and holding the power button until you see a message that says “Do you want to perform a system update?” 6
- Press Volume Up to select “Yes” and initiate the manual factory reset process or press Volume Down to cancel
How to bypass Parental Controls on Kindle Fire
How Do You Factory Reset a Kindle Fire That is Locked?
If your Kindle Fire is locked, you can perform a factory reset by following these steps:
1. Turn off your Kindle Fire.
2. Press and hold the power button for 20 seconds.
3. While still holding the power button, press and release the volume up button. 4. Use the volume buttons to scroll to “Factory Reset” and press the power button to select it. 5. Scroll down to “Confirm Factory Reset” and press the power button to select it.
Your Kindle Fire will now reset itself back to its original factory settings.
What Do I Do If I Forgot My Parental Control Password on My Kindle Fire Tablet 10?
If you have forgotten your parental control password on your Kindle Fire tablet, there are a few things you can do to try and recover it. First, try resetting the password using the Amazon website. If that doesn’t work, you can contact customer service for assistance.
Finally, if all else fails, you can factory reset your device, which will erase all data and settings including the parental control password.
How Do You Force a Factory Reset on a Kindle?
If you’re looking to reset your Kindle back to its factory settings, there are a few different ways you can do it. First, if your Kindle is connected to the internet, you can go into your Amazon account and select “Manage Your Content and Devices.” From there, select the “Settings” tab and then scroll down to the “Reset Device” option.
From here, simply follow the prompts to reset your device. If your Kindle is not connected to the internet or if you prefer to do a manual reset, there are a few different ways you can do that as well. One way is from the device itself.
To do this, go into your settings menu and select “Device Options.” Then scroll down until you see the “Reset Device” option and select it. Again, simply follow the prompts to reset your device.
Another way to perform a manual reset is by using a paperclip (or something similar). With the power off, insert the paperclip into the tiny hole located next to the power button on your Kindle. Press and hold for about 20 seconds and then release.
This should initiate a hard reset of your device which will return it back to its factory settings.
How to Factory Reset Kindle Without Parental Control Password
If you’re looking to reset your Kindle without the parental control password, there are a few different methods you can try. First, if you have access to the Amazon account associated with the Kindle, you can log in and deregister the device from your account. This will remove all content and settings from the device.
If you don’t have access to the Amazon account, or if deregistering doesn’t work, you can try factory resetting the device by holding down the power button for 20 seconds. This will erase all content and settings from the device. If neither of these methods works, it’s possible that your Kindle has been locked by Amazon due to suspected misuse.
In this case, you’ll need to contact customer service for further assistance.
If you need to factory reset your Kindle Fire but don’t know the parental control password, there’s no need to worry. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to do it.
First, go to Settings and tap on Security.
Next, scroll down and tap on Device Administrators. Then, turn off the option for Enable ADM. Finally, return to the Security settings and choose Factory Reset. Your Kindle Fire will now be reset without needing the parental control password.