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Old 10-26-2012, 12:09 PM   #16
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Device: K3+3g/KFHD 7"/Nexus 7/Nexus 7.2
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Originally Posted by jsh1120 View Post
Although the problem seems to vary in severity, the bug is that if you remove items from the Carousel, they reappear. Although the Carousel is supposed to include only the items you have accessed (in order from most recent) items (books, apps, etc.) that a user has NEVER accessed appear. Remove them and they reappear. Sometimes immediately, sometimes after a short delay, sometimes after syncing, and almost always after rebooting the device.

After putting up with this obvious and very annoying bug since day one, I was hopeful that the fix Amazon has promised since it was first reported would be included in the 7.2.1 update. It wasn't as I discovered after laboriously removing over 50 (!) items from the damn Carousel, one by one.

I'm a fan of the Kindle Fires and a "pro" on the Amazon website Kindle Forum but I have to say that it is APPALLING that such an obvious bug in the main UI ever managed to get through product testing, especially after Amazon finally implemented the ability to remove items from the Carousel after a chorus of complaints for several months about the first generation Kindle Fire.

Rant over.
Understand, and now that you listed it, yes to all of the above. Especially after a reboot for sure. I would think if enough people complain to them they will sooner or later fix it.

Said in a very hopeful manner!
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