Thanks for the response.Unroot disables the root functions preformed by the app itself, it does not remove su that you pushed to the phone yourself.
Had the same problem. Try Step3 -> manually installing the driversi keeep getting device not found??? how do i get kindle drivers??
It only undoes the ADB Root that my app made.Thanks for the response.
I've uninstalled the SU app on the KF, and while a rootchecker app I have on my device says I'm not rooted, Amazon video won't work and I assume it's because Amazon still sees the KF as rooted.
Anything else you might suggest?
UPDATE: I'm not sure what I was doing wrong using the included "unroot" option, but for now, OTA Rootkeeper unroots enough for me to watch Amazon Videos. (Thanks, screwyluie on xda-developers. (http://forum.xda-dev...97&postcount=13))
un app, click root first.Any help for the "adb cannot run as root in production builds" issue? I tried a THIRD computer from scratch, and still get this.
adb isntall burritoroot.apkOk, looks like fine work, but I have a problem.
My mom is trying to re-root her Kindle, but it looks like you need to install the BurritoRoot apk on the Kindle Fire. But you need some kind of file manager to do that... and Amazon won't let her use their app market. Apparently Market is only available to people with an American credit card with an American billing address.
She's already got adb working. Does anyone know if you can do an adb install on the apk BEFORE rooting? Or any other way to install it on the Fire? I'd really much prefer to use this method to one that requires flashing a recovery image.
On your computer.Where exactly do I unzip the superuser zip to?? On my kindle or computer and into which folder? I am really new to this and I think I have gone through a lot of steps to get this far. I am trying to push "su" and I get an error that says "No such file or directory". PLEASE help
OP updated with new su/superuser.anyone find a compatible su, etc? this process was super easy, but superuser keeps crashing on me when i try to launch it; and any app that tries to gain root (root explorer for example) fails.. root explorer would launch but with no root privileges.
Thanks! So you can adb install without rooting? That means you can pretty much install anything you have an apk for, without rooting. Which would be pretty cool.adb isntall burritoroot.apk
99% of androids are like thisThanks! So you can adb install without rooting? That means you can pretty much install anything you have an apk for, without rooting. Which would be pretty cool.
*grins* See, I've not ever had an Android device that I didn't instantly root. So I've never tried!99% of androids are like this