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By soranut, Junior Member on 30th August 2014, 08:36 AM
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I am using kindle fire utility 0.9.9 and trying to install TWRP and it wont boot in fastboot(4002) mode. It is stuck in firefirefire boot select. I can still select it to boot normal and into recovery but it wont boot into fastboot mode STUCK
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30th August 2014, 11:33 PM |#2  
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What recovery are you using? Twrp is a recovery.

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I am using indle fire unility 0.9.9 and trying to install TWRP and it wont boot in fastboot(4002) mode. It is stuckin firefirefire boot select. I can still select it to boot normal and into recovery but it wont boot into fastboot mode STUCK

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Don't use Kindle Fire with the FFF Bootloader, just press power button and select recovery mode

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If you don't have a custom recovery yet, use Fastboot.exe commands like you did to flash bootloader

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try holding the power button, release button when recovery mode is selected

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Kindle Fire Utility usually installs both TWRP and Bootloader, even if you just selected one of them.
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I am trying to downgrade twrp from 2.6 to 2.2.2.1 to install kindle fire stock rom but when kindle fire utility request a fastboot to the Kindle Fire it wont go into fastboot but it will stay in boots select instead like in the picture above.
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I am trying to downgrade twrp from 2.6 to 2.2.2.1 to install kindle fire stock rom but when kindle fire utility request a fastboot to the Kindle Fire it wont go into fastboot but it will stay in boots select instead like in the picture above.

that is fastboot, but don't use KFU, in twrp install zip-otter-twrp-2.2.2.1-blaze.zip from my flashable recoveries thread

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If you are planning on returning to stock make sure you
verify md5 checksum.
wipe data/factory reset in twrp before installing update.zip
or just install my pre-rooted 6.3.3
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that is fastboot, but don't use KFU, in twrp install zip-otter-twrp-2.2.2.1-blaze.zip from my flashable recoveries thread

---------- Post added at 09:50 PM ---------- Previous post was at 09:46 PM ----------

If you are planning on returning to stock make sure you
verify md5 checksum.
wipe data/factory reset in twrp before installing update.zip
or just install my pre-rooted 6.3.3

Going to try it
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