Same. I've tried everything. My firmware version is 6.2.1_user_3103920I spontaneously lost root access and can't get it back.
I'm in pretty desperate need of help. I've spent the last 7 hours attempting to root my phone and get Android Market up and running. The instructions here got my device rooted without too much trouble. Unfortunately, I ran into many problems trying to get Market to work. I eventually got to the point in which Root Explorer wasn't letting me mark the system/apps direction r/w, and so I was attempting to use Titanium Backup to copy the marker.apk (sp?) file over to the right directory, or convert it into a system file or something. I didn't find any option in the version I had installed, so I uninstalled it and found a more up-to-date apk and put that on my Kindle. I then ran the program and found that it wouldn't run at all, and I discovered it was because my device had spontaneously lost root. WTF??
I uninstalled Titanium Root and Busybox. Then I followed the same steps to gain root access and, while everything worked without error, I wasn't able to get root access back. The root checker program continually confirms that I don't have root access, and I can't run any programs that require root. I have tried to redo the root process multiple times.
Also, I'm not sure if it's related, but I uninstalled a "Busybox Installer", but the root checker still reports that I have busybox installed. Don't see any trace of it elsewhere in my applications list.
I'm at a complete loss as to what to do. This has been the most horrific experience I've ever had with an Android device. Anybody have any idea what is going on and why I magically lost root access?
My understanding is that the unroot function on the older versions of BurritoRoot didn't work, so in the newer versions it has been removed.Also Noticing that BurritoRoot has not Unroot option on version 1.0.2. Is there another way to do the same thing do that Amazon downloads work when I want?
<br /> adb root<br /> adb remount<br /> adb push su /system/xbin/su<br /> adb shell chown 0.0 /system/xbin/su<br /> adb shell chmod 06755 /system/xbin/su<br /> adb install superuser.apk<br /> adb reboot<br />
No, data loss is not a concern hereWhen rooting with this method, will it wipe all your data? I rooted 2 new Kindle fires out of the box at christmas so data was not a concern then, but a friend wants her fire rooted now. Just asking so I know if I have to back up her data before rooting.
i tried the new thread with BurritoRoot2.bin in my ADB foldermy kindle fire won't root anymore
it says on my CMD kindleADB>adb root: adbd cannot run as root in production builds
what can i do?