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How to Root Your Kindle Fire with Great Ease
2016-03-03 15:46:15 Posted by Anderson

Basically, you can root your Kindle Fire device for a further exploitation. After rooting, your Kindle Fire is the same as a Android device. Different from the real Android, the Kindle Fire rooting process is more difficult and complicated than which is on Android phone or tablet. So you need to be well prepared for the procedure.

 

Preparations before Getting Rooted

1. A workable Windows computer. It has no perfect solution on rooting Kindle Fire HD without computer.

2. Charge your Kindle Fire into at least 85% battery life.

3. Install the driver on your Windows computer.

4. Provide the Kindle Fire Utility for Windows to root your Kindle Fire.

 

Here we will take the example on Kindle Fire 6.3.1. Move to see how to root Kindle Fire 6.3.1on Windows computer.

 

Install Kindle Fire HD Driver

Step 1. check the version of this rooting tool on your Kindle Fire, Kindle Fire Utility, which is often regularly updated.

Step 2. Head to XDA Developer and download this Kindle Fire Utility for Windows.

Step 3. Unzip the downloaded file and prepare for the proper rooting process.

Step 4. Prepare your Kindle Fire for additional software by opening Settings -> More -> Device and ensure “Allow Installation of Applications” is set to “On”. In the Security section, tap the “On” button next to “Enable ADB”. Here you’ll receive anther security alert, which you can ignore.

Step 5. Connect your Kindle Fire to the Windows PC. It may take a few seconds to detect your device successfully.

Step 6. Like other Android devices, you need to install Kindle Fire HD driver on your Windows PC. Here open Windows Explorer o your computer and open Organize -> Folder and search options -> View, where you can see Show hidden files, folders and drivers. Select this and click OK.

Step 7. Connect your Kindle Fire via USB cable to your Windows PC. Double click install_drivers.bat. And to confirm the installation has been correct, return to the Explorer window and double-click run.bat. Then the driver installation will list the ADB Status as Online.

 

Note: If your ADB Status is offline, please try again.

 

In Windows, right click Computer, select Properties -> Device Manager. Here you will find the warning signal under Android ADB Interface. Right click this item and select “Update Driver Software”, choosing the Browse my computer for driver software option. Then choose “Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer” and selecting “USB Composite Device”. The new Android ADB Interface will be installed again.

 

Root Kindle Fire HD with Ease

First, make sure that you won’t disconnect your Kindle Fire to the computer. Don’t pull out the USB cable during the rooting process cause it will brick your tablet. And yes, this may be the last thing you wanna see.

Step 1. Go back to your Kindle Fire HD Utility folder and double click run.bat. Here you can see that the Android ADB is online.

Step 2. Select the option to Install Permanent Root with Superuser... Now you are beginning the rooting process.

Step 3. You just need to wait for a few moments. And then your Kindle Fire 6.3.1 and others can be rooted successfully.

 

After rooting your Kindle Fire tablet, you can develop your device with all your heart. First, you may need to add Google play on it. Thus, you can enjoy your Kindle Fire like a real Android device.

 

Also, if you need to root other Android phone or tablet, you can apply one click rooting tool - iRoot to solve your problem. It won't be that complicated like the way which is performed on Kindle Fire. Just with one click, you can break the jail and enjoy the new land on your Android device. Plus, it includes two versions for you to root your device. You can easily root your Android phone without computer using iRoot APK file.

 

 

 

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