Originally Posted by jasonfreeland
Is there any possibility of doing this without root? As far as I can tell, root kills prime video access, which is one of the primary reasons I purchased my 8.9.
No this can not be done without Root.
We have 40 different Kindle Fires in our office, they all have Root they all have Amazon Prime. You loose NOTHING
when you Root. The process installs two simple files:
That is it. Amazon does not have software that searches for Root nor do they actively look for Root, if they did we would know about it and we would have disabled the service.
If you are still concerned, the software we use to Root the Kindle: Root MANY ANDROID 32-bit!(Dropbox)
has a back-out function or Unroot function allowing you to quickly reverse the Root process.
We will support you through the entire process whether it is to Root or Unroot here:
[ROOT][HOW TO] Root the Kindle Fire HD and 2 with Windows - Noob (Simple) Version