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Offline video problem

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    Offline video problem

    When I watch movies on my Fire, it is more often than not while on an airplane. I download a movie from Amazon the night before or the morning of a flight. Just recently however (within the last month?) I have experienced the following problem. When I start to watch the movie it a) locks up when the loading bar reaches 100%, b) "loads" a blank screen, or c) gives me a cryptic error message ending with "try again." Naturally, trying again never yields a different result. What it doesn't do is play my movie.

    Does anyone know what is causing this? Do I have to be online to start a rental? Do I have to be online to resume watching a previously started rental?

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    I get the exact same problem.

    See here: Kindle Fire Bugs: A problem I keep getting...

    It comes, and then it goes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OedipusTex View Post
    When I watch movies on my Fire, it is more often than not while on an airplane. I download a movie from Amazon the night before or the morning of a flight. Just recently however (within the last month?) I have experienced the following problem. When I start to watch the movie it a) locks up when the loading bar reaches 100%, b) "loads" a blank screen, or c) gives me a cryptic error message ending with "try again." Naturally, trying again never yields a different result. What it doesn't do is play my movie.

    Does anyone know what is causing this? Do I have to be online to start a rental? Do I have to be online to resume watching a previously started rental?
    You shouldn't have to be online to finish but I wonder if a connection is needed to start it for drm reasons. I've only viewed 2 movies offline and both of them I downloaded and began when near wifi and finished while riding in the wifes van.

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