Originally Posted by dekor8tor
I am now on my desktop running win 8 x64 and I get exactly the same as amr banawan
Please go and download the latest copy, for some reason you are still using the older version. We are getting several people having sucess with the Root method, so we know Option 21 does work. Maybe you extracted the new version inside the old version so may be you have a second folder named KFFirstAide inside of C:\KFFirstAide?
Please try to download and extract a new copy of our software, you will know you have the new version when you see a file named "isroot" inside C:\KFFirstAide. Once you see this file, launch our software, select Option 21 when you see the first Exploit fail, press any key to continue let the software continue.
When the our software asks you to refer to the Kindle display and click on Restore please do this, the software will wrap up the Root process and you will have Root!
Here we go the latest version of our software: This is Software Version 4.1.43-Beta The RunMe is Dated 02/19/2013 at 22:15:
Microsoft Windows Kindle Fire First Aide Universal Version 4.1.43-Beta: KFFirstAide.zip
Microsoft Windows Kindle Fire First Aide 32-bit Version 4.1.43-Beta: KFFirstAide32.zip
Microsoft Windows Kindle Fire First Aide 64-bit Version 4.1.43-Beta: KFFirstAide64.zip
Please unzip the above packages to C:\KFFirstAide make sure the RunMe.bat is Dated 02/19/2013 at 22:15. Before running the software, make sure you do not have another folder inside C:\KFFirstAide named KFFirstAide32, KFFirstAide64 or KFFirstAide. After you Unzip the software you should only have one folder named C:\KFFirstAide, this is critical to proper operation.
Make sure you have a Environment Variable in the Microsoft Windows PATH Statement of C:\KFFirstAide otherwise you will see many 'unable to find ???package???.apk' messages. Also, if you see an ADB message alerting the following "adb server is out of date. killing.." then make sure you do not have another version of ADB or the Android SDK on your computer.
Finally, make sure you are running the latests version of Java SE Development Kit 7u13
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