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How to Root – Kindle Fire (6.2.1 & 6.2.2 Read Video Desc)

How to Root - Kindle Fire (6.2.1 & 6.2.2 Read Video Desc)

VVV Show More VVV USE MY NEW VIDEO FOR 6.2.2 USING BURRITOROOT3! NOTICE: Anyone on 6.2.2 trying to root, you must use BurritoRoot2 instead of the original, amazon patched it. Use the instructions below: 1. Follow the video setting up the driver, extracting the kindleADB folder to the c drive, and placing the su files into the kindleADB. 2. Download the below BurritoRoot2.bin file and place it in the kindleADB folder (just like the su files). 3. Open command prompt and navigate to the kindleADB folder as I show in the video (cd c:\kindleADB). Then copy and paste each command one at a time from the guide linked below. BurritoRoot2.bin BurritoRoot2 Guide with Commands: ============ Additional Kindle Videos ============ Want Android Market? Want Custom Recovery? Want to install CM7 (Or Any Fire ROM)? Want to Install MIUI ROM? Want to Resize Internal Storage? ============ Thanks ============ jcase donate to him here: ============ Disclaimer ============ This proccess can be dangerous if you do not know what you are doing. I am not responsible for anything happening to your device after watching this video. ============ FAQs ============ If you are on Windows XP you extract the .android folder to…. C:\Documents and Settings\YOURUSERNAME\.android I need help installing the drivers or nothing shows up when I type adb

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Kindle Fire root reignited, beats 6.2.1 update

Amazon’s latest attempt to lock down root access on its Kindle Fire has been, well, routed. It took the tinkerers mere days to catch up and the new root file is now up for grabs, courtesy of Android Police and a few good devs. The method is app-based and looks to be disarmingly simple, but the usual warnings apply; mess up those software internals and bam, you’ve voided your warranty. Those still willing to dabble can find the full details at the source link below.

Kindle Fire root reignited, beats 6.2.1 update originally appeared on Engadget on Fri, 23 Dec 2011 20:23:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Kindle Fire’s 6.2.1 update breaks root, disables SuperOneClick utility

Just when you thought it was safe to root your Kindle Fire with a single click, Amazon has clamped down on homebrewing enthusiasts. The company has begun pushing out an update for the $ 199 tablet that breaks the root, disabling the SuperOneClick utility in the process. If you’ve rooted your tablet and are still running a version of the Amazon-flavored Gingerbread, you’re susceptible to the update any time you’re connected to a WiFi network. However, if you’ve already made the leap to another version of Android, such as CM7, you can bypass this and any future software updates. There are some improvements with 6.2.1 though, as smoother scrolling, password protected WiFi use and the ability to remove recently used items from the home screen carousel are among the upgrades. If you’re looking to read up on the issue before taking action, roll up your sleeves and hit the links below.

[Thanks, Brad]

Kindle Fire’s 6.2.1 update breaks root, disables SuperOneClick utility originally appeared on Engadget on Tue, 20 Dec 2011 02:29:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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