Amazon Kindle Fire – Root any Version with UnRoot Option

Sanjana December 27, 2011 0

Kindle Fire got an all new Rooting. Amazon had blocked all the Rooting tools and Rooting access after the recent update of 6.2. We had already covered the procedure on how to root Amazon Kindle Fire but unfortunately most users reported about the process not working properly. Thus we have come out with an all new improved rooting technique that is bound to root your Kindle fire without any hassles. This update works on all the firmware versions of Kindle Fire along with the 6.2.1 firmware. It is to be noted that this rooting procedure will void the device’s warranty and can be applied only on Windows 7 based computers.

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We wont be responsible for any harm caused to your device during the rooting procedure that is unlikely to happen if you follow the instructions carefully. This rooting procedure is only applicable to Amazon Kindle Fire tablets that are not network locked so do not try it in any other devices as it may not be reversible and harm the device by blocking it.

Pre-Requisites:

Enable installation of your application from the path Settings > More > Device > Allow installation of Applications then tap on “ON”. You must backup all the user data present in your tab since chances of data loss or corruption are there. Having a backup can help you replace the lost data if any damage occurs. Follow the link posted below to backup and restore all your data easily.

Pre Upgrade Instructions for Rooting and Firmware Update

Must Have:

Download Android SDKDownload KindleRoot.apk fileDownload Superuser.zip fileDownload ES File Explorer

Steps to Root Amazon Kindle Fire:

Step-1: Download and install Android SDK in your computer. This can be installed only in Windows based computer. After installing go to [your user name]/.android folder and edit the “adb_usb.ini” file with the code given below at the end of the code.

0×1949

Step-2: Save and close the file then find the folder where SDK was installed and open Google-USB_driver folder. In this folder, look for the file named as android_winusb.inf and add the code given below to both [Goggle .NT*86] and [Google.NTamd64].

;Kindle Fire

%SingleAdbInterface% = USB_Install, USB\VID_1949&PID_0006

%CompositeAdbInterface% = USB_Install, USB\VID_1949&PID_0006&MI_01

Step-3: Save and close the file then connect your Kindle fire to the computer via USB Port. Go to Device Manager in your Windows based computer and choose the option of “Other Devices” to find Amazon Kindle Fire then choose the android_winusb.inf  file.

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Step 4: Download KindleRoot .apk file, Superuser.zip file and if possible ES File Explorer from the Must Have section to your computer the move it to your device. After downloading and installation is complete, remove the connected USB Cable.

Step-5: Open Kindle Fire Root apk file in your tablet then tap on “Root”. Unzip the Superuser.zip file that you downloaded to your PC then move the extracted files to your adb folder. In SDK Folder you will find a folder called “platform-tools”. Connect your Amazon Kindle Fire tablet to your computer with the Original USB Cable and open the command prompt in adb folder then type the commands shown below

adb root

adb remount

adb push su /system/xbin/su

adb shell chown 0.0 /system/xbin/su

adb shell chmod 06755 /system/xbin/su

adb install com.noshufou.android.su-1.apk

adb reboot

Now reboot your Amazon Kindle Fire. If the device is constantly receiving “Device Not Found” error while entering the above mentioned commands restart the rooting process again form the beginning.

Thus you can successfully root your Amazon Kindle Fire tablet by following the simple steps mentioned above.

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