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Question [Q] KFHD "7 Recovery to Factory & Factory Cable?

Okay first of all, hello to everyone here!

This may have been already posted and asked but I just want to make sure. Recently I got myself a Kindle Fire HD 7, and I rooted it (because of the annoying geographical restrictions not possible of downloading free apps from the app store).

I would like to know exactly, on how to unroot the device and flash everything into factory default firmware? Reading through posts I see that I need a special "factory" cable in order to do this. Can someone please provide me a guide on how to do this, and where can I buy the factory cable from a genuine distributer?

All comments are welcomed & appreciated. Thanks!
 
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Okay first of all, hello to everyone here!

This may have been already posted and asked but I just want to make sure. Recently I got myself a Kindle Fire HD 7, and I rooted it (because of the annoying geographical restrictions not possible of downloading free apps from the app store).

I would like to know exactly, on how to unroot the device and flash everything into factory default firmware? Reading through posts I see that I need a special "factory" cable in order to do this. Can someone please provide me a guide on how to do this, and where can I buy the factory cable from a genuine distributer?

All comments are welcomed & appreciated. Thanks!
Search again.. SKorpin sells them, but you don't necasarily need to one to unroot or restore your device..Kindle Fire First Aide offers a restore tool.. and so does the user onemelia. Take you time and read through threads..
 
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Default Re: [Q] KFHD "7 Recovery to Factory & Factory Cable?

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Okay first of all, hello to everyone here!

This may have been already posted and asked but I just want to make sure. Recently I got myself a Kindle Fire HD 7, and I rooted it (because of the annoying geographical restrictions not possible of downloading free apps from the app store).

I would like to know exactly, on how to unroot the device and flash everything into factory default firmware? Reading through posts I see that I need a special "factory" cable in order to do this. Can someone please provide me a guide on how to do this, and where can I buy the factory cable from a genuine distributer?

All comments are welcomed & appreciated. Thanks!
You could just wait for the next OTA (over the air) update.
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You could just wait for the next OTA (over the air) update.




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The user above is right. Wait for the OTA update, which should be no more than 3 months from now. Amazon pushes updates rather regularly compared to Google or mobile carriers. That's the easiest way to do it. Just turn on WIFI every so often (weekend-by-weekend basis) and use the device, the download happens in the background.
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