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116 Kindle Fire Unbrick Utility is the all-in-one Kindle Fire unbricker. All it does is execute what would be done in the command prompt, but it does it for you. Screenshots- http://i.imgur.com/DZxsF.png http://i.imgur.com/BkQVO.png Changelog - ...
6 Before you get all mad at me, I know there is another thread for this. This is a method that has worked for me when all other methods have failed. I found out about this after looking around the interwebs for a while when my Kindle was stuck in a ...
3 To all people having driver problems: 1. Install the Android SDK 2. Restart your computer 3. Open Device Manager 4.Find your kindle, and click "Uninstall Drivers" 5. Find it again, and then install drivers as "ADB Composite" 6. Use Ki...
1 I don't think you asked Amazon to mess around with the bootloader. Anyway, has anyone tried this? This looks like a good app. I no longer dissaprove of this application, but I just have to say something to you. I did not modify Amazon's co...
1 I'n new to XDA. So I decided to show some support in the Forums. I take no Credit for Kindle Fire Utility or Kindle Unbrick V 0.1 Just adding then together. Due to my current Kindle Problem. (I will not go into details) I thought this would b...