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Old 07-07-2012, 08:43 PM   #2
jswinden
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The only other way I can think of is through the Amazon account via the Amazon Manage My Kindle web page, but since that requires access to the former owner's account you won't be able to do that. Unless you know the former owner, in which case you can ask her/him to deregister it on their Manage My Kindle web page. They should do that any way to free up the device and keep someone from using their account.
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