Yes, you can. Any charger with a micro USB connector, a voltage of 5V, and an output current of 1A or more will work with Kindle Paper White.
It’s perfectly fine to use most phone chargers to charge your Kindle, just make sure you purchase the correct USB cable before plugging it in.< /p>
The end that plugs into the Kindle is a standard Micro-B connector. According to Amazon Support, you can use third-party USB cables and accessories, including wall chargers and adapters, as long as they comply with USB standards.
Kindle devices 10th generation or below use a USB 2.0 (Micro-USB) charger. While the latest Kindle Paperwhite, Signature Edition, and Kids Edition use a USB-C charger. Likewise, the Kindle Fire 8 HD, Fire 8 HD Plus, and Fire HD 10 use a USB-C charger, while the Fire 7 tablet has a USB 2.0 port.
You can charge your device with any Samsung travel adapter, but charging speeds may vary depending on the charger. You should use the charger that came with your phone or tablet. However, if you need additional cables, power adapters, batteries or replacements, you can purchase them on our website.
Some Kindles, such as B. the Kindle Fire, come with both a micro-USB cable and a power adapter. What voltage does a wall charger for my Kindle require? The required voltage is 5V DC. The original charger is 0.85A, but a higher amperage will work and charge the Kindle faster.
Yes you can ! You can use a 5V 3A phone charger to charge your Kindle Paperwhite which is rated at 5.2V and 1A max. But be careful! Never use the 9V and 12V options available on your charger. Use any charger with voltage > 5.2V will damage your Kindle.
Yes! I charge my Kindle with my iPod/iPad wall charger and it works fine!
Try resetting the Kindle by pressing and holding the power button for at least 20 seconds. Turn it on again and see if it charges normally. If it still won’t charge, let it sit for about half an hour while connected to power, and then try to reset it again.
The number one reason a Kindle won’t charge is a faulty battery! Other reasons are problems with the power adapter, charging cable, charging socket or even connection problems with the cable and charging ports!
Amazon Kindle Replacement USB Cable 6ft Charging Cable (Kindle Fire, Touch, Keyboard, DX & Kindle Accessories)
Always charge your phone with your own charger
Unlike laptops, smartphones use a universal charging interface, the microUSB connector. However, if the charger you use is not the same as the original, it will affect the battery performance, capacity to hold charge and overall lifespan (with repeated use).
Yes, the new iPad Pro can be charged with a Samsung charger and a USB-C cable.
Why did Samsung discontinue this? Officially it’s designed to reduce e-waste by giving you a charger the company thinks you probably won’t need. There is very little in the box that comes with the phone – just a USB-C to USB-C cable, the phone’s quick start guide and an eject pin so you can insert your SIM card.
You can usually just use whatever USB power adapter you have laying around and it will work just fine to charge your Kindle.
5W USB OEM Charger and Power Adapter for all Kindle, Fire Tablets, eReaders, Fire Phone, Fire Keyboard and Fire Stick (includes 1.5m Micro USB Cable – Black )
If you purchase a Kindle, Kindle Paperwhite, Kindle Paperwhite Signature Edition, Kindle Paperwhite Kids, or the Kindle Oasis, you will not receive a charger. However, your device comes with a USB cable. You must purchase the power adapter separately from the Kindle.