Sunday, August 18, 2013

Kindle Keyboard fails again and again on a 3G connection

Resting in the summer house, I tried to get a new book. My connection is a 3G/Wi-Fi router that is not super fast, however I can browse news sites, and even watch youtube videos. In other words, a good connection to buy a book.
It's not a news that Kindle 3 (Kindle Keyboard) is capricious. It connects some way to Amazon services and refuses to hold the connection if it fails to collaborate with these services.
Today's situation is as follows: Kindle 3 v.3.4 connects seemingly well, however the Archived items list is not fresh, not saying about downloading a book.
Kindle on Ipad 2 downloads books well (not fast but reliable). My ipad 2 and a netbook also good in browsing the Amazon site.
If I choose the option Deliver to my [Kindle name], Kindle thinks a lot and, finally, a long message appears: Your Kindle could not download, blah-blah-blah. This means that something is sent by an Amazon service, the Kindle responded but understood that it merely can't.
That's interesting, so advertised Amazon tablets with dual-band dual-antenna Wi-Fi are good in this situation, or I'm able to download books only on ipad, netbook and Windows Phone??