1. What's the benefit of saving my Wi-Fi passwords to Amazon?
When you save your Wi-Fi passwords to Amazon, we can help compatible devices connect to the Internet, so that you don’t need to re-enter your Wi-Fi passwords on each device. To learn more, see the Frustration-Free Setup FAQ.
2. Are my Wi-Fi passwords secure?
Once saved to Amazon, your Wi-Fi passwords are sent over a secured connection and are stored in an encrypted file on an Amazon server. Amazon will only use your Wi-Fi passwords with compatible devices associated with your account, and will not share them with any third party without your permission. Amazon handles any information it receives, including your Wi-Fi passwords, in accordance with the Amazon.com Privacy Notice.
3. Can I choose not to save my password to Amazon?
Yes, you can opt out of saving your password to Amazon the first time you enter your Wi-Fi credentials. If you opt out of this feature, your credentials will continue to be stored locally on your device (and/or in its companion app), to allow your device to connect to the Internet.
4. What should I do if I change my Wi-Fi passwords?
You can save your updated Wi-Fi passwords to Amazon by re-running any compatible device through its Wi-Fi setup process. Once reconnected to your Wi-Fi network, your updated Wi-Fi password will be automatically saved to Amazon.
5. How do I delete my Wi-Fi passwords from Amazon?
To delete Wi-Fi passwords saved to Amazon using your web browser:
To delete Wi-Fi passwords saved to Amazon from your compatible Kindle e-reader:
To delete Wi-Fi passwords saved to Amazon from your compatible Fire TV device:
Note: Deleting Wi-Fi passwords from your Fire TV will only delete passwords saved to Amazon from that device.
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