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28th February 2014, 09:41 PM   |  #1  
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NOTICE: IF YOU WANT GAPPS, FOLLOW THIS GUIDE.

The Kindle Fire HDX Toolkit all in one.

Root KFHDX 7"(Thor) and KFHDX 8.9"(Apollo) 13/14.3.2.4 and all previous versions.
It also includes an easy adb driver installer. Also comes with
SuperSU, safestrap TWRP for both devices, and can disable over the air updates.
Runs stable without crashes.
Windows support only.

Download links:
Main: DEV-HOST
Mirror: MEGA

MD5: E68BF2C129B2E55B3A246FC873F66A44
SHA-256: 2E9D6B00A3112421AF56400FAA495C725107B2D53F738D80FE 2A0972136932C8

Please, try it out and leave a comment how it worked.
Also you may leave future ideas or request here.


Credits are given in the quit function.


Update:
v0.94 Towelroot-1 added. Fixed small error.
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28th February 2014, 11:10 PM   |  #2  
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This is great! But some are being updated already to 14.3.2.1 update. There is no root yet for this. I'm referring to Apollo.

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28th February 2014, 11:59 PM   |  #3  
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Quote:
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This is great! But some are being updated already to 14.3.2.1 update. There is no root yet for this. I'm referring to Apollo.

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Once a rooting method is found I can update the utility.
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1st March 2014, 02:04 PM   |  #4  
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Once a 13/14.3.2.1 rooting method is found I can update the utility.

Awsome, I am looking forward you
1st March 2014, 06:07 AM   |  #5  
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This is great! But some are being updated already to 14.3.2.1 update. There is no root yet for this. I'm referring to Apollo.

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Indeed, judging by the deafness of the section I'd say most people updated and have no root.

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1st March 2014, 10:41 AM   |  #6  
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This is truly awesome! Thanks so much, though I can't test as I think the wife's Kindle updated.

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2nd March 2014, 12:47 PM   |  #7  
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hi,

i ordered an HDX 8.9 (32GB LTE)...
Now my question. If i use the tool to root, get gapps etc.... a nearly clean Android.

Is it possible to go back to a factory reset? - if i wan't to send it back to amazon because it is not like i thought?

best regards!
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hi,

i ordered an HDX 8.9 (32GB LTE)...
Now my question. If i use the tool to root, get gapps etc.... a nearly clean Android.

Is it possible to go back to a factory reset? - if i wan't to send it back to amazon because it is not like i thought?

best regards!

Yes, but. You can not let it update when you get it. You need to be on version 14.3.1.0 So you need to do a manual update. The download is not listed but still hosted here. Once your updated, root, install supersu, block updates then safestrap. Airplane mode to be safe and avoid an update.
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Yes, but. You can not let it update when you get it. You need to be on version 14.3.1.0 So you need to do a manual update. The download is not listed but still hosted here. Once your updated, root, install supersu, install hdxposed (to block updates) then safestrap. DON'T LET IT CONNECT TO WIFI WHEN YOU SET IT UP. IT WILL DOWNLOAD THE CURRENT UPDATE AND YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO ROOT. Airplane mode to be safe.

hdxposed does not block the update,as it was supposed to ,,everyone that was on it without changing build.prop lost root and updated

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I got it to push su app and other apk stuff but I can't get root at all.
Unable to chmod /data/local/tmp/exploit: no such...
Executing exploit...
System/bin/sh: /data/local/tmp/exploit: not found
Done Rooting!

That's all I get.

Should maybe point out that despite updating to windows media 11 my tablet also didn't show up as a device on my pc.
Xpsp3 32bit

Tablet hdx 8.9 14.3.1.0_user_310079820

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make sure you have the drivers installed, mtp and the kindle fire drivers,,plug it in open device manager and select the portable device(which is the mtp) and delete the driver (you may have to unplug and the replug the device) it will say android with a yellow triangle,hit update driver ,select browse my computer for driver software,then select ,let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer,, scroll down and find kindle fire from the list and select it and the adb driver will install,,,,then adb and any of the root utilities should work for you now,as long as you have not taken the new update .

hope that helps
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Hi. Thanks for your work on this, but i got auto-updated so none of this works without root.

But i notice you link to the update files... could they be used to manually roll back to a rootable version of amazons firmware?
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