Guide to Remove Kindle Special Offers
|It is not necessary jailbreak your Kindle Paperwhite
as it cost only very little to removed it legally. Please do not
jailbreak as there is a risk of permanently causing your Kindle to stop
functioning altogether. Furthermore, you might lose the privilege
of shopping for cheap Kindle books from Amazon.
If you have purchase a Kindle Paperwhite with Special Offers previously but now wanted to get rid of these advertisements off your device as you find the annoying. Amazon.com allow you to remove the Special Offers off your Kindle Paperwhite by just paying the price difference of Kindle Paperwhite without the Special Offers.
First of all, go to Amazon.com and sign in with your amazon account. Look for “Manage Your Kindle” at the drop-down menu located at the top-right of the Amazon website.
Removing the Special Offers from your Kindle Paperwhite while in Singapore or anyone living Outside USA
In order to proceed, you first need to setup your 1-Click payment method to Top-up your Gift voucher amounts. After that, Amazon will tell you what is the amount you have to pay in order to remove the special offers off your Kindle Paperwhite.
To confirm, you can click “Unsubscribe now with 1-Click” to convert your device into a without special offers version. You will receive an e-mail notification that will confirm your payment for unsubscribing from special offers. Do remember to connect your Kindle Paperwhite wirelessly to remove the special offers from your Kindle Paperwhite.
At the “Manage Your Kindle” page, click the “Manage Your Devices” option at the bottom left menu, you will now see a “Special Offers” column displayed on your registered devices list, if your registered device is a special offers version, there will be a “Subscribed” indication. Click on the edit button next to “Subscribed”.
Personally, I find that the ads doesn't bother me as they
are not really intrusive. I've even picked up a couple of things I was
thinking about buying anyway at a discount because of them when something
caught my eye. I see no good reason to spend extra money to get rid
of something that doesn't bother me. Again, its your Kindle PaperWhite
and it's your own choice.
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