Modaco ROM for Rooted Kindle Fire! [Google Market]

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For those of you who want Google Market and also keep your Kindle OS 6.2.1 intact, I suggest to give the Modaco ROM a try.

The Modaco ROM is based off Kindle OS 6.2.1 with optimizations to make your Kindle Fire much faster.  It also comes with Google Market so you won’t have to bother with command line commands to install it manually.

Lastly, Amazon Prime videos are still broken with this ROM (or on any rooted Kindle Fire) but we should have a solution to this soon.

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ICS ROM for Rooted Kindle Fire! [Kindle Zone ROM]

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Want to try what’s coming to rooted Kindle Fire users in the near future?  Actually, it’s already here, an experimental ICS ROM for rooted Kindle Fire, the Kindle Zone ROM.

This ICS ROM is fully functional except camera and sound not working.

Even if you are not going to use this ROM as your daily driver, you can go ahead and try the ICS ROM then revert back to your rooted stock ROM using TWRP recovery.

ICS ROM on the rooted Kindle Fire looks good so far though, everything runs very smooth and the dual-core 1Ghz processor on the Kindle Fire is equip

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How to Install ROM on Rooted Kindle Fire!

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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

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How to Backup and Restore ROM on Rooted Kindle Fire!

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So you want to try out ICS ROM on your rooted Kindle Fire or any other ROMs?

Well, before you go ahead and install new ROMs or mess with anything else, a good idea is to backup your current rooted stock ROM (stock ROM is the ROM Kindle Fire comes with plus you rooted it).   Just in case something goes wrong during installation of another ROM, you can always “restore” your rooted stock ROM which will restore pretty much everything including your apps, settings, and whatnot.

So, if you’ve rooted your Kindle Fire, just make a backup of your ROM!

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How to Unroot/Unbrick Rooted Kindle Fire!

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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

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Kindle Fire Root! [New][6.2.1][Windows/Mac/Linux]

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After Amazon updated Kindle Fire to version 6.2.1, the older root method stopped working.  But no worries, there’s a new root method in town, this one is also very easy to do and works on Windows, Mac and Linux.

Update, for 6.2.2, please see new root method here.

For 6.3.1, see updated root method here.

Here’s a video tutorial for Windows you can watch while rooting:

And for Mac and Linux:

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How to Make a DIY Kindle Fire Stand with Kindle Fire Box!

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What if you could re-use the Kindle Fire Box into a Kindle Fire Stand? In fact, you can actually just turn the box upside down and instantly it becomes a Kindle Fire stand.

You can also go a bit further and make some incisions in the center to make it stand higher.

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How to Unroot Kindle Fire!

Want to unroot your Kindle Fire?

It’s pretty easy to do, all you have to do is remove the rooting files using adb.

Step 1. Download adb.zip and unzip, you should get a folder called adb.

Download adb.zip

Step 2. Open up a command prompt or terminal and type:

For Windows: cd \adb For Mac or Linux:

cd /adb

Step 3. Type the following to get into ADB shell:

For Windows:

adb shell

For Mac:

./adb-mac shell

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How to Root Kindle Fire for Mac OSX or Linux!

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Here’s how to root your Kindle Fire on Mac OSX or Linux: (See How to Root Kindle Fire for Windows if you are using Windows.) UPDATE: Please see the new method for rooting Kindle Fire!

Step 1. Go to Settings->More->Device and make sure “Allow Installation of Applications” is checked “ON”.

Step 2. Connect your Kindle Fire to your computer via micro

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How to Root Kindle Fire!

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Want full root access to your Kindle Fire?

UPDATE: Please see the new method for rooting Kindle Fire!

Rooting your Kindle Fire allows you to get full control over your new tablet, allowing you to install rooted apps, install new ROMs, backup apps, and a whole lot more.

Here’s how to root your Kindle Fire on Windows: (See How to Root Kindle Fire for Mac OSX and

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