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The person who you gifted the book would need to access their account in order to accept the book and download it to their Kindle. Once they've done that, there would be no more requirements for Internet.
By Josh W. - Forum Moderator on September 24, 2013 AMAZON OFFICIAL AMAZON
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Hey Claudia, to send books to your Archived Items, underline the book while on the home screen, then push the left side of your 5-way controller and select "Remove from device." This'll remove it from your Kindle and put it into Archived Items, it won't remove it from your Amazon.com account.
By Sonja S. - Forum Moderator on September 21, 2013 AMAZON OFFICIAL AMAZON
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The device itself is the same, yes. If you'd like to check out the features available on Kindle devices sold on Amazon.co.uk, click here: http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B007HCCOD0
By Abigail R. - Forum Moderator on September 18, 2013 AMAZON OFFICIAL AMAZON
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If you've purchased the books through your Amazon account and they're available in the Cloud, you'll be able to download them to your Kindle. Once your Kindle device is registered to the same account your books were purchased from, they'll be available in the Cloud for download. I hope this helps you out!
By Kara R. - Forum Moderator on September 23, 2013 AMAZON OFFICIAL AMAZON
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Have you had a chance to discuss this with a Kindle Support agent? They'll be able to look into your account to see where that book is. You can reach them via phone, e-mail, or chat, here: http://amazon.com/kindlesupport
By Josh W. - Forum Moderator on September 24, 2013 AMAZON OFFICIAL AMAZON
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Yes, you can download your books to a computer and then transfer it to your Kindle via a USB cord. This Help page has more details: http://www.amazon.com/gp/help/customer/display.html?nodeId=201242340.
By David A. - Forum Moderator on September 19, 2013 AMAZON OFFICIAL AMAZON
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Hey Asita, if you're wondering what languages are supported on Kindle, the Product Detail page has information on the different languages supported, under the "Global Language Support" section: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B007HCCNJU/. Hope this helps!
By Sonja S. - Forum Moderator on September 18, 2013 AMAZON OFFICIAL AMAZON
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By Sue Mauer on January 5, 2016
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You can have many Kindle devices registered to one Amazon.com account, Martha. You can move yours, or he can move his, so they're on the same account, however licensing restrictions prohibit the transfer of digital content between accounts.
By Sonja S. - Forum Moderator on September 25, 2013 AMAZON OFFICIAL AMAZON
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Hey Hazytundra, the battery for this Kindle device has a one-month life with Wi-Fi turned off and half an hour of reading a day. The product detail page will have more information on the Kindle device and its features: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B007HCCNJU/
By Sonja S. - Forum Moderator on September 24, 2013 AMAZON OFFICIAL AMAZON