Mac Not Recognizing Kindle

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Why Is My Kindle Not Showing Up On My Mac

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Mac Not Recognizing Kindle

Checking USB Cable. Kindle is primarily connected to Windows using a USB cable.

  • Mac won't recognize Paperwhite through USB My Mac has suddenly stopped recognizing my Paperwhite 2 when connected through the USB port. I can plug the Paperwhite in and yet nothing shows up in Disk Utility or the Finder, and the Paperwhite simply indicates that it is being charged but does not show the message about being connected as a drive.
  • Calibre does not recognize Kindle Fire HD on Mac Leopard. Calibre recognizes my Kindle DX, and Kindle Keyboard, but it does not recognize my Kindle Fire HD. I really want to be able to plus in USB because my library is large. I was emailing to Kindle but I would prefer not doing that. I am considering a Kindle.
  • Problem: Massive battery drain. Some Fire tablet owners have run into issues with sudden.
  • Check if your Kindle is not recognized by the PC. Use only an original cable. They open in Calibre settings, and then 'Ignored devices' and make sure that your Kindle is not listed there. Check to see if your Kindle has the latest Software Version is installed.

If you get a message that your Apple ID is locked or disabled

If you or someone else enters your password, security questions, or other account information incorrectly too many times, your Apple ID automatically locks to protect your security and you can't sign in to any Apple services. Learn how to unlock your Apple ID.

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Make sure that your iPhone, iPad, or PC has a strong Internet connection and that you've turned on cellular data on your iPhone or iPad by going to Settings > Cellular or Mobile Data. If this setting is off, you might not be able to access your Apple ID and iCloud when not connected to a Wi-Fi network.

If you're having trouble receiving verification codes, or your verification code is rejected

Learn how to get a verification code and sign in to iCloud with two-factor authentication. If your device is running iOS 8 or OS X Yosemite or earlier, sign in using two-step verification instead.

If you see a Could Not Create Apple ID or Could Not Set Up iCloud message


If you see one of these messages, it means that you have exceeded the number of new Apple IDs you can set up with iCloud on a single device in one year. Learn what to do.

Other password prompts you might see

If you are repeatedly prompted to enter your Apple ID password on your Mac or iOS device

  • If you have recently restored your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch from an iCloud backup, the restore may not have completed. Stay connected to a reliable Wi-Fi network and power source until the restore finishes. Follow these steps if iCloud Backup couldn't be completed or you can't restore.
  • If you recently changed your Apple ID password, you might need to update your sign-in information with iCloud services you use. Make sure that each service is using your updated sign-in information on your device.
  • Check if you have Automatic Downloads enabled. If there is content ready to be downloaded, you may be prompted to enter your Apple ID and password to continue. Learn how to resume interrupted downloads.
  • If you are an organizer, parent, or guardian of a Family Sharing group, check if the prompt is a request from a child family member to make an iTunes Store purchase. You can then approve or decline the request.

If you want to sign in to a third-party app but your password is rejected

Mac Not Seeing Kindle Fire

If you want to access your iCloud information from a third-party app, you need to use an app specific password. This helps protect your account by allowing you to sign in securely. Learn how to create and use app-specific passwords.

If you still need help

Why is my kindle not showing up on my mac

Macbook Pro Not Recognizing Kindle Fire

If you still need help signing in to iCloud, update your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch to the latest version of iOS or iPadOS, and your Mac to the latest version of macOS. See the iCloud system requirements for more information.