Signing in to your Amazon account from a device will leave you signed in on this device unless you specifically sign out. There are several ways for you to sign out of Amazon Prime on all other devices except the one you are currently using.

There is no limit the Amazon places on the number of devices you can have connected to your Prime Video account. So basically you can have as many devices as you want, but you can only concurrently stream three titles on three different devices. That's why you may want to sign out of all the other devices you are not currently using.

Does Changing Your Amazon Password Log Everyone Out?

If you wish to sign out your Amazon prime account from all of the unwanted devices you are logged in just follow the steps given below. Here’s how you can use the Amazon website to sign out an Amazon account from a device:

  • Go to the Amazon website
  • Open the “Manage Your Content and Devices” page
  • Log in using your Amazon account credentials
  • Click on “Devices
  • Then click the “Actions” button
  • Finally, click “Deregister”.

There are also some other ways to sign out an Amazon account. You can do it either by changing your password or by setting up the two-step authentication on your account.  So basically yes, changing your Amazon password will actually log everyone out. 

These two options will sign you out of all the other devices that you have used to log into your Amazon Prime account. Another option will be to contact the Amazon customer support team. They will assist you to ensure that your account is logged out of all the other devices and locations.

Another thing you can do is to go into your Amazon account, where you will see a section called “Content and Devices”. You may have to switch over from Content to Devices once you will get into this section. There you’ll find a list of all of the devices your account is connected to. 

Go through that list and deregister everything that’s not yours or that you’re not sure about. This covers some of what you’re looking for, but it won’t log you out of a computer or laptop if you had the “keep me logged in” option selected or if the password was saved. You will have to change the password in order to take care of that. It will kick all of the intruders out.

When I change the amazon password does it automatically change on all the devices I have logged in?

First of all, different devices do not have different passwords; there is only one single password for every Amazon account, and it doesn't matter how many devices it is being used on.

Also, in case you are wondering whether all the devices will be asking the password on next login or not, the answer is that depends on you. If you will select to keep all of the devices logged in after you change the password, then no. But, if you select to logout of all the devices then, the next time anyone logs in devices they were previously logged in, they will have to input the new password.

Logging Out From a Lost Device.

If you have lost your mobile device, it is recommended that you change the password on your account. This will sign you out of all of the Amazon apps and websites on any  device that might have access to your account, except for Kindle. You’ll need to visit the “Change Your Account Settings” page for instructions.

How do I logout of Amazon on all devices from Android or iPhone? 

How to sign out of the Amazon app using Android or iPhone:

  • Open the Amazon app and tap the "Menu" icon at the top left corner of the screen.
  • On the menu that will appear, tap "Settings."
  • On the next menu, tap the "Not NAME? Sign out." button.

You can also notify Amazon by calling Amazon Customer Service and asking to be transferred to Seller Support. Then you can tell the Seller Support that you believe your account was hacked.

How to sign out of Amazon from my Fire tablet?

Instructions for Fire Tablet users:

  • Swipe down from the top of the screen to see QuickSettings.
  • Tap Settings.
  • Tap My Account.
  • Tap the “Deregister” button.
  • Tap Deregister.
  • Tap the “Register” button.
  • Enter your current Amazon credentials (your email address and the password) for the account you want to associate with this device.

Protect yourself from being hacked

There are many ways to improve your password security. Let’s recount the two which are probably the most important.

Set up two-step authentication

Most services will offer to set up two-step authentication, which means you will need your mobile phone to login to a service. To do this you will need to edit your account setting and add your mobile phone number to your account, and then activate the two-step authentication. 

What will happen is, wherever you will log into your account, you will need to enter a code, which the service sends to your preferred mobile device. This keeps things secured because the code is changed every 30 seconds or so.

Use password lockers

Using too many passwords can be really confusing and it’s not very easy to remember which password belongs with which service. Of course you can write all the logins and passwords down on a piece of paper, but physical things can easily get lost. 

The best next thing to doing so, if you don't think you can rely on your memory to remember all these passwords, is to use a password locker software like SplashID Safe, which has a very long history and over a million users. 

SplashID Safe helps you to store your passwords and all other sensitive information in one secure place. So instead of entering a password for each site manually, you simply use SplashID Safe to gain access in just one click. Whatever method you choose, always be proactive in protecting and backing up your personal information.