My Kindle Fire 2 was flashed a while back with a stock version of Android Jellybean 4.2.2, until today. I made a complete backup of everything inside TWRP and transferred all of those backup files to my laptop. I then flashed a newer version of TWRP, version 126.96.36.199. After that, i flashed the newest version of Cyanogenmod 11, Android 4.4.4.
Anyways, I got to adjusting the settings and told it to allow me to pick between rebooting into recovery or normal mode when i pressed the reboot button on the power menu.
Here is my problem though. At one point, I told Cyanogenmod to reboot me into recovery, and ever since, my Kindle will only let me boot into the TWRP recovery area, regardless of what I tell it to load in the bootloader.
How can I just get it to boot to the normal OS? I've tried reflashing the recovery and reflashing Cyanogenmod onto it. I just don't know what to do because I don't know exactly why this is happening.
I've tried wiping the /data partition too, but to no use. I still am able to wipe internal data partition, however I don't know how it will respond to that. I mean... Isn't that where TWRP is stored? I don't want to lose my recovery partition where I have no way to get back.
If it comes to it, could I replace my recovery partition with Cyanogenmod?
I am still able to use ADB and I'm able to push files. (So far)