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Kindle Fire - Internal Service Failure each time I open an

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Kindle Fire - Internal Service Failure each time I open an app.
Submitted: 5 years ago.
Category: Android Devices
Expert:  AnswerManRob replied 5 years ago.
Hello and thank you for using JustAnswer.

I believe your firmware may need resetting. Try rebooting your Kindle by pressing and holding the power button for 20 seconds. Wait one minute and try turning it on and using it. If the Kindle still malfunctions, please let me know. If it corrects the problem, please remember to accept my answer so JustAnswer will credit me with assisting you.
Customer: replied 5 years ago.

Suggestion doesn't work. It takes longer for the error message to appear, but it's still popping up.

Expert:  AnswerManRob replied 5 years ago.
Contact Kindle Warranty Support at(NNN) NNN-NNNN They will ship a replacement out to you. When you receive it,register it to your Kindle account and you will have immediate access to your books in your archives. Until your replacement arrives, your other options are to read your books on other devices using free applications for iPad, iPhone, iTouch, Blackberry, PC, or Mac. If you wish help in doing this let me know.
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Customer: replied 5 years ago.
Contacted Amazon as suggested. 1st Suggestion - Settings, Applications, filter by: Running Applications. Select 1st application, if button(s) are open, select clear data, clear cache, clear defaults. Repeat process for each app that appears under running apps. Reboot (40 seconds) wait, then restart. This failed to fix the problem. Final suggestion - Reset to factory defaults. Required resetting wireless. Music, books, paid apps are stored on Cloud. All apps + those I purchased through Amazon for Android phone, appeared on Kindle. Required reloading apps, but otherwise everything is working fine. For me, resetting to factory default wasn't as problematic as I thought it would be.