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  1. Development
    Please do not hot link to my download. Link to the post and please don't use my work without asking. Version 0.6.7 is up for download (no new root options) Added general android tools: Rebooting the device Rebooting in to Recovery Backing up your photos to your Mac Fixing File permissions...
  2. Amazon Kindle Fire
    So, I was trying to root my Kindle Fire this morning, and successfully did it, but the Superuser app kept crashing (just giving background in case it is needed). I used the Kindle Fire Utility that was on XDA, and everything worked, except now my kindle will not boot into the GUI, it only...
  3. Amazon Kindle Fire
    I rooted my KF using Kindle Fire Utility 0.9.2 on 6.2.1, then I wanted to install RTL Languages support to discover that it updated OTA to 6.2.2. I read that Burrito2 regains access so I ran the permanent root option on Utility again with old burrito2. and now the KF is stuck on logo and will...
  4. Amazon Kindle Fire
    All, Ok, time to re-wrte the OP as there are now MUCH better tools for flashing the update.zip (and you can make backups) Make sure to say thanks to the TWRP team!!!. The update.zip file available here is a derivation of the work originally started by JackpotClavin (he did an initial proof of...
  5. Amazon Kindle Fire
    I've been trying to get the full Android Market Place available on my Kindle Fire (6.2.1). My understanding is that Kindleroot fromjchase and Superuser (not sure who wrote it) are required. The instruction say to download, then "run" jchase's root app. I've downloaded the...
  6. Amazon Kindle Fire
    So I decompiled the Kindle Fire's Launcher.apk and found "EasterEggManager.java". So I started playing around with them, you just have to type the right string into the search box on the Launchers home page. Here is a list I put together for them: ";bow down" - COLOR_MODE_WASHINGTON ";dm" -...
  7. Amazon Kindle Fire
    HOW-TO ROOT THE KINDLE FIRE [KANGED from geek.com] ***NOTE: I've personally used this method and can confirm that it works flawlessly. With that said, I claim no responsibility if you screw up and break your new toy.*** 1. Install the Android SDK The first step has nothing directly to do...
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