Can Kindle accounts be shared?
Use Kindle Family Library to Share Purchased eBooks With Family Members.
Link your accounts together and share purchased Kindle ebooks, audiobooks, and apps.
You can add up to four child profiles, too.
Many people have shared their Amazon accounts with their partners and children just to have the same ebooks everywhere ….
Can you transfer books from an old Kindle to a new one?
One question that comes up somewhat regularly is how to transfer your ebooks from one Kindle to another when getting a new Kindle. The fact is you really don’t need to do anything. All of your purchased Kindle ebooks will automatically be available from your new Kindle once you register it to your Amazon account.
What do you do with old Kindles?
Another option to dispose of a broken Kindle is to send it in for recycling. Or if your Kindle still works and you just don’t use it anymore you can use Amazon’s trade-in program to get money back in the form of an Amazon Gift Card. First and foremost, all Kindles, even refurbished units, come with a 1 year warranty.
Do old Kindles still work?
Fortunately for Kindle owners, they can still use their device in spite of Amazon. So long as a device is registered, it can still read ebooks bought in the Kindle store. Owners of older Kindles can use their PC to download ebooks from the Amazon website, and then transfer those ebooks to the older Kindle.
How do I change ownership of Kindle?
Select “Settings” using the Kindle’s controller and select “Register.” Enter the Amazon account information for the new owner and select “OK” to transfer ownership.
Can I give my old Kindle to someone else?
The books that you purchase for your Kindle are locked to your Amazon account – your email address. You can transfer a Kindle to someone else any time, but you cannot transfer your books.