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10 Responses to Kindle Fire Root Coming Soon!

  1. tim says:

    can you post a video about how to load the 3rd party apps and possibly the droid market place

  2. Colin says:

    Hi I have tried to Root the Kindle Fire following your steps. Having set the Kindle Fire for other apps, downloaded the software for both PC and Kindle, copied drivers and usb files accordingly. Run the ES explorer and installed kindlefireroot.apk selected agree, you rock, and root then exit. Unfortunately each time I get to the Command window step 1 and 2 change directory the run “abd root” I have the the result —
    *daemon not running. starting it now *
    *daemon started successfully *
    adbd cannot run as root in production builds

    Can anyone please help. What can /need to do?

    Regards
    Colin

  3. Walter says:

    I have rooted my Kindle Fire and installed a rom.
    I have no books at Amazon and intend only to use my own books.
    My question is: What happens if I deregister my Kindle Fire on Amazon.com’s webpage.
    Will my rooted Kindle Fire be effected?
    Will I avoid updates from Kindle that might ruin the rooting in that way?

  4. Walter says:

    Thank you for your answer.
    So my rooted Kindle Fire will not be affected by de-registering it on their website, but will they still be able to force an update on the KF without me knowing, an update that might ruin the rooting?

  5. bernadette says:

    Is there a root for the newst firmware 10.2.3?

  6. David says:

    is there a root for firmware 10.2.6

  7. Joe says:

    Has any one got this to work with win 8 64 …

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