Amazon is rolling out a new firmware update for Kindle book readers that unlocks the option to set a book cover as a lock screen. As seen by users on the Kindle subreddit Y reported by Engadget, users can now set their favorite book cover as the lock screen wallpaper on compatible Kindle devices.
Set Book Cover as Kindle Lock Screen Wallpaper
The function is called Display Cover and is compatible with select Kindle devices, including Kindle (8th, 10th generation), Kindle Paperwhite (7th, 10th generation), Kindle Oasis (8th, 9th, 10th generation), and Kindle Voyage (7th generation). generation). If you are unsure of your Kindle device generation, go to Amazon’s support page here.
“Now you can display the cover of the book you are reading on the lock screen of your Kindle device. It’s a great way to remind you to set aside more time to read. The Display Cover feature works with select Kindle devices without ads. The covers of most books, magazines, comics and manga are supported. “ says the company.
Once you install the latest update, you will see a new ‘Show cover’ toggle at the top of your Kindle’s settings page. Just activate the feature and lock the screen to see the cover of the book you are currently reading on the screen.
It is worth noting that the function of the screen cover is available only in ad-free versions of Kindle. You can remove the ads from your Kindle by making a one-time payment of $ 20 from content management settings. Various Kindle users over the years have also reported that request Amazon customer service you can also do the job for free.
The option to set book covers as lock screen wallpaper is something that Kindle users have been requesting since the start of the book reader. However, if you don’t see the display lid change after updating to the latest firmware, a reboot should fix it. Also, if you haven’t received the latest firmware, please wait as it should arrive on your device in the next few days.
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