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Hello everypeople

Long story short I was rooting my kindle and then I dumbed; I wiped without booting and had a faulty download, so was stuck without an OS. I looked around all the options on here and elsewhere. Not relishing the thought of having to either pay for and wait for a fastboot cable and really wanting to get the kindle sorted (comics and such to read), I persevered and eventually stumbled along this site: http://n2aos.com/#install

At the bottom of the install page is a program to restore kindles to stock from a brick or bootloop or only having recovery etc. There are forums that will explain how to use it but its pretty straight-forward and self-explanatory. As long as you can boot into TWRP you're set and the program will do the rest for you.

I couldn't find anything on this in the threads (sorry if I missed it) so thought would put this up here for anyone who's stuck and would like a quick, easy way out so you can restart you're rooting. Saved me a lot of potential time and money and seems a much easier alternative to the other restore to stock options about.

Have a nice day guys, hope this helps someone
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Fastboot cable is cheaper than some guys who basically took someones hard,open source work and made it paid for.
 
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Hello everypeople

Long story short I was rooting my kindle and then I dumbed; I wiped without booting and had a faulty download, so was stuck without an OS. I looked around all the options on here and elsewhere. Not relishing the thought of having to either pay for and wait for a fastboot cable and really wanting to get the kindle sorted (comics and such to read), I persevered and eventually stumbled along this site: http://n2aos.com/#install

At the bottom of the install page is a program to restore kindles to stock from a brick or bootloop or only having recovery etc. There are forums that will explain how to use it but its pretty straight-forward and self-explanatory. As long as you can boot into TWRP you're set and the program will do the rest for you.

I couldn't find anything on this in the threads (sorry if I missed it) so thought would put this up here for anyone who's stuck and would like a quick, easy way out so you can restart you're rooting. Saved me a lot of potential time and money and seems a much easier alternative to the other restore to stock options about.

Have a nice day guys, hope this helps someone
No point in using this when you can get a fastboot cable. And if it's looping,even the software won't help you.
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Mine was just stuck without an OS and was perfect for that. Also software's free and don't have to pay and then wait for cable to arrive
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