Originally Posted by mocap3069
I have read and tried the various tricks stated to fix the issue with the ICS 4.0 Launcher looping on my Kindle Fire. The problem is there is nothing called kindle in my device manager on my XP or my Win7 systems. The only programs from this utlitly that are running are fastboot and adb. Either system gets stuck at Waiting for Device and will not proceed. I have not previously rooted my Kindle Fire.
Any ideas? Thank you for any help you can provide.
I tried an old Win98 trick and got the Kindle to be seen by the utility but now I am stuck at the TWRP screen.
What am I supposed to do from here?
ICS 4.0 Launcher looping? Not sure what you mean by that. What exactly is happening?
With your kindle fire plugged in, did you not see Android Phone
in device manager?
If not, then your drivers were not installed properly. And that is the root of your issues <pun intended>.
Old Win98 Trick? What was this?
Stuck at TWRP Screen? So your in TWRP at the moment? Then choose reboot and then choose normal within TWRP.
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Originally Posted by xxxredeye
Is anyone having trouble getting this to work?
Vista sucks... but anyway...
Try renaming Kindle Fire Utility
and then putting that folder into the root of a drive such as C:\KFU or D:\KFU and see how it goes from there.
BTW it sounds as if the file is being ran as an administrator, that is usually what will cause the ran.bat to run and then close immediately after.