Hi and thanks for choosing Just Answer. My name is XXXXX XXXXX X will be happy to assist you.
The password XXXXX the Amazon website is referring to is the 'lock' screen password, not Wifi. Don't worry about that you can enter the WiFi password XXXXX numerous times and the Kindle will not reset.
Now, we need to find out what your actual WiFi password XXXXX Can you tell me what model of wireless router you have there?
OK the first thing we will try is logging into the E2000 and recovering the password XXXXX it. Here is what I want you to try. Please let me know if you get stuck on a step and we will work through it together. Thanks!
I apologize most folks don't know their Cisco system password XXXXX we try the defaults first. OK when you say a different WiFi site what are you referring to? I assume that Dizzy Cheetah is the name of your WiFi network so the password XXXXX see there would only work on the Dizzy Cheetah network. If you are referring to other WiFi networks then their passwords would be different.
Are you trying to join the Kindle to the Dizzy Cheetah WiFi network and that password XXXXX XXXXX working? Please confirm.
Gotcha. In most place the Wifi will either be unprotected (meaning you will not need a password) or there will be a password XXXXX to you.
For instance, if you go to a hotel with Wifi, they will either present you with a card with your password XXXXX it, or the password XXXXX be in the guest services book in the room.
At coffee shops and restaurants, the WiFi is generally unprotected, but the first Internet page you open will have a contract that you have to agree to (I will not abuse this system, etc.).
Does that information make sense? The only time you should have any trouble is if you are trying to connect to someone's private WiFi and they don't give you the password.