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[Q] Please help, Accidentally deleted ROM, Backup Failed

18th September 2014, 12:01 PM |#11  
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OK! I figured it out! I had a wonky USB cable! Once I replaced it I was able to copy the update-kindle-6.3.1_D01E_4107720.zip into the Kindle. I tried to flash it but TWRP reported that it could not open the zip. I had the update-kindle-6.3.2_D01E_4110520.zip file also D/L'd and copied it to the Kindle. That file flashed and the Kindle booted back up to 6.3.2 stock KF1.

Many Many thanks to sd_Shadow for pointing me the right way and shoving REALLY hard!

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18th September 2014, 05:17 PM |#12  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Micah461

In TWRP, I selected Mount, Mount SDCard, "Mount USB Storage"

Then Windows opens a file manager window and I see Kindle (K

In that folder I see the TWRP folder and the log file I described.

In TWRP in the Kindle, the only button I can hit is the Unmount.
There is no Home button - that shows after I hit Unmount.

Again, sorry to be so thick I don't see what you describe

I can't copy the Amazon Zip file via windows, it stops about 1/3rd the way and errors

MJ

open the folder on the pc and place a rom on it, unmount then select install
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