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[Q] Kindle fire bricked. twrp and firefirefire NOT installed

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By weberj, Junior Member on 23rd April 2012, 11:13 PM
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25th April 2012, 12:59 AM |#11  
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kindle fire utility 9.5
Remove and install your drivers for your kindle fire. Than install kindle fire utility found here in xda forums. Install and run the utility select option 1 and select normal 4000 boot mode. Plug in your kindle fire and turn it on. This worked for me. Booted right up just be patient it may take a few minutes.
25th April 2012, 01:10 AM |#12  
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what are the drivers and where do i find them and how do i reinstall them?
25th April 2012, 05:11 AM |#13  
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Originally Posted by weberj

what are the drivers and where do i find them and how do i reinstall them?

<shakes head in disappointment>

With all due respect, what on earth made you think it was a good idea to root the Kindle with such an obvious lack of computer literacy? Were you aware of the risks?

Your problem is simple to fix but it requires at least some basic working knowledge of a computer. Do yourself a huge favor and Google search "Kindle Fire USB drivers" to find out. And not to be hateful but I think it's highly unlikely that many people here would be willing to go through the arduous process of explaining how to install device drivers.

I would suggest doing some research on the matter and come back with a better foundation to work from.

Otherwise I think your best bet would be to revert back to stock and forget about rooting all together (requires research).

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26th April 2012, 11:45 AM |#14  
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No never mind the previous post solved it I got the drivers right after I posted 2 days ago it is fixed and up and running now thank you for the trouble I forgot to post back :/
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