So, you want to install a new ROM on your newly rooted Kindle Fire and de-virginize it?
Well, it’s pretty easy to do. But before we begin, make sure you’ve make a backup of your rooted stock ROM.
Step 1. Download the ROM zip file you want to install and copy over to the internal storage of your Kindle Fire.
Then power off your Kindle Fire and reboot into TWRP Recovery by holding down Power button until it turns orange.
Step 2. Once in TWRP Recovery, choose “Wipe”.
Step 3. Next choose “Factory Reset”.
Step 4. When that’s done, hit the Home button (at the upper-right corner) to go back to main menu.
Step 5. Hit “Install”.
Step 6. Next, find the ROM zip file you copied over earlier and choose it.
Step 7. Verify that the ROM zip file name is the one you want to install and hit “Flash”.
Step 8. Hit “Reboot System” and enjoy your new ROM.
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