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[Q] 7.4.9 root

1st September 2014, 11:44 AM   |  #1  
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hi, i dont know i ive completely missed something, ive been looking for hours and different sites are saying different things and other sites i dont understand, is it possible to root kfhd 7.4.9 version

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1st September 2014, 01:15 PM   |  #2  
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hi, i dont know i ive completely missed something, ive been looking for hours and different sites are saying different things and other sites i dont understand, is it possible to root kfhd 7.4.9 version

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I would suggest you to downgrade the OS to an older version because version 7.4.9 has its system partition shrunk,so the root exploit doesn't work.
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1st September 2014, 11:23 PM   |  #4  
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It is possible to root 7.4.9. There are also Kfhd images on the forums that are pre-rooted.
2nd September 2014, 04:38 AM   |  #5  
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I rooted 7.4.9 with Root Many Android. I didn't flash bootloaders or roms or anything, but root worked.
3rd September 2014, 09:37 AM   |  #6  
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thanks for the help, noob question tho im not sure what you mean by images that are pre rooted
3rd September 2014, 02:15 PM   |  #7  
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thanks for the help,

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noob question tho im not sure what you mean by images that are pre rooted

You can download a drive image that is already rooted. Imagine someone roots the device & then makes a copy of the entire drive.
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I rooted 7.4.9 with Root Many Android. I didn't flash bootloaders or roms or anything, but root worked.

You mean the Bin4ry script, right? But which option? He doesn't explicitly support the Kindle Fire HD running 7.4.9.

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You mean the Bin4ry script, right? But which option? He doesn't explicitly support the Kindle Fire HD running 7.4.9.

Thanks.

I found it. Option 3 of Bin4ry (New Standard-Root - Ariel Berkman) roots Kindle Fire HD running 7.4.9.
15th September 2014, 03:34 AM   |  #9  
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You mean the Bin4ry script, right? But which option? He doesn't explicitly support the Kindle Fire HD running 7.4.9.

Thanks.

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I found it. Option 3 of Bin4ry (New Standard-Root - Ariel Berkman) roots Kindle Fire HD running 7.4.9.

Bin4ry is the *root many Android* tool. It's the same process that's rooted the Kindle for some time although I didn't know it did 7.9 but it won't hurt to try. If it fails you won't hurt your tablet.
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Bin4ry is the *root many Android* tool. It's the same process that's rooted the Kindle for some time although I didn't know it did 7.9 but it won't hurt to try. If it fails you won't hurt your tablet.

how can i downgrade from 7.4.9 to 7.48 or lower? Or even flash the prerooted factory img?

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