So, you’ve screwed up your Kindle Fire while rooting or installing a new ROM?
No worries, you can unroot/unbrick your rooted Kindle Fire back to completely stock using this method.
First, I assume you’ve installed TWRP recovery.
Step 1. Re-boot your rooted Kindle Fire and press Power button when you see the fire logo as shown below to enter TWRP recovery.
Step 2. Once in TWRP recovery, choose “Mount”.
Step 3. Choose “Mount USB Storage” and connect your micro-USB cable to your computer. This will connect your Kindle Fire as a USB Disk drive.
Step 4. Download update-kindle-6.2.1_D01E_3103920.bin and copy over to your Kindle Fire.
Step 5. Rename update-kindle-6.2.1_D01E_3103920.bin to update.zip.
Step 6. Unmount then choose “Wipe”.
Step 7. Choose “Factory Reset”.
Step 8. Choose “Install”.
Step 9. Browse your Kindle Fire and choose “update.zip”.
Step 10. Choose “Flash”.
Step 11. Reboot and your Kindle Fire should be completely unrooted, back to stock.
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