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[THOR] Bricked After Deleting Stock ROM-Slot

17th August 2014, 08:08 AM |#1  
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Hi guys! I'm in quite of a pickle at the moment. While trying to delete everything and get my Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 7 back to brand-new, I deleted both the ROM-Slot and wiped the Stock ROM-Slot (and deleted the backup).

Now, my device is stuck on the "kindle fire" bootscreen.

Is there anything I can do at all?
 
 
17th August 2014, 03:20 PM |#2  
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Hi guys! I'm in quite of a pickle at the moment. While trying to delete everything and get my Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 7 back to brand-new, I deleted both the ROM-Slot and wiped the Stock ROM-Slot (and deleted the backup).

Now, my device is stuck on the "kindle fire" bootscreen.

Is there anything I can do at all?

No.
Not if you wiped the system of stock. Try holding the power button for over 20 seconds. At least I haven't heard of anything yet being able to push system files to this device currently .
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17th August 2014, 11:17 PM |#3  
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No.
Not if you wiped the system of stock. Try holding the power button for over 20 seconds. At least I haven't heard of anything yet being able to push system files to this device currently .

Yeah. I've given up. I'm currently waiting for my replacement from Amazon.


Thanks anyways.
18th August 2014, 05:23 AM |#4  
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wow this thread answered exactly the result of my question of wiping system OS to save space
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So if i want to clean my kindle like the new one, do I have to factory reset? or just go to recovery and wipe data + cache (not to wipe system).
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DO NOT WIPE... DO NOT TOUCH THE STOCK ROM!
Come on guys Hash said this in Bold text on the safestrap thread.

Hope you get your replacement soon. Just play safe.

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