1. Sadsfan's Avatar
    I have sideloaded the kindle app onto my playbook, when it can't connect to Wifi it asks for my amazon username and password. I am going on holiday to greece soon and I want to be able to use my kindle app for reading. Is there any way to circumvent the need to keep putting in my username and password?
    08-08-12 07:11 AM
  2. jeroen_13's Avatar
    Try the 'back' button the see if it removes the login screen. Otherwise, go to settings (probably swipe-down from top) and see if there is an 'offline' mode
    08-08-12 07:38 AM
  3. seking's Avatar
    When you use the kindle application you will have to login once. afterwards it will never bother u
    08-08-12 07:51 AM
  4. B3hindBlueEyes's Avatar
    When you use the kindle application you will have to login once. afterwards it will never bother u
    That's what is supposed to happen, but unfortunately mine keeps de-registering itself like this. Like the OP, this always seems to happen when the app has been closed down and I try to reload it when offline. It loses all settings including background colour and font size. Looking around these forums, lots of people have this issue.
    08-08-12 08:11 AM
  5. FF22's Avatar
    Yesterday or the day before, some folks have posted that the Kindle Web app is now working again. You could try that although I don't know if logging in from a foreign location might cause other issues.
    08-08-12 10:53 AM
  6. Michel Souris's Avatar
    As always, use the sideloaded Android Kindle app. You can load books on your PB, then read them offline with no problem.
    08-08-12 11:39 AM
  7. Sadsfan's Avatar
    As always, use the sideloaded Android Kindle app. You can load books on your PB, then read them offline with no problem.
    I have sideloaded it, but it still keeps asking for the password when I am offline. I can download them to pc and remove the drm and use book reader but it's a bit of a faff to do that.
    08-08-12 03:39 PM
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