Several Amazon Kindle Tablets Receive Firmware 5.12.3

Amazon rolled out a new firmware developed for several of its Kindle devices, namely version 5.12.3, which adds Library Badges (Prime and Kindle Unlimited books are now badged), performance improvements, bug fixes, and other general enhancements.

When it comes to compatible devices, the producer has provided separate downloadable packages targeted at its 8th and 10th generation Kindle units, 8th, 9th, and 10th gen Kindle Oasis tablets, 7th and 10th gen Kindle Paperwhite models, as well as the 7th Generation Kindle Voyage devices.

If you intend to apply this latest update, first of all, know what firmware version is currently running on your Kindle by going to Home > Menu > Settings > Menu > Device Info.

If the device’s current firmware isn’t either newer or matching this update, save downloadable .bin file on your computer, connect your Kindle to it, and transfer the saved package to the root folder of your Kindle’s internal storage.

Afterward, remove the USB cable, go to Home > Menu > Settings > Menu > Update Your Kindle, and tap “Ok” to initiate the installation. While upgrading, the device will show a “Your Kindle Is Updating” message on its display, and then reboot once completed.

Still, bear in mind that interrupting this process in any way now not only will cause an update failure but might also lead to various device malfunctions.

Therefore, from the links below, download Amazon Kindle Tablet Firmware 5.12.3 for your device model, carefully apply it by taking into account all aforementioned aspects, and don’t forget to tell us if any interesting changes are made.

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