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[BACKUP][RECOVERY] Kindle Fire HD and 2 First Aide Software - Noob (Simple) Version

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We just received a PM from one of our members, they were having issues Rooting the Kindle. We like to post all pertinent communications since it may help another person. Here we go.

The question was "I have been trying to root this thing for 3 days now...", here is our response:

We are sorry you are having such difficulty with Rooting the Kindle, here is quick instructions and points to look for on the Kindle:

1. Check C:\Program Files\Android do you have this directory? If yes, please change C:\Program Files\Android to C:\Program Files\Android-Bak
2. Use Microsoft search, enter adb into the Search box and click on search. Do you find more than one copy of adb.exe? There sound only be one in C:\KFFirstAide\adb.exe - rename the rest to adb.bak
3. Use Microsoft search, enter fastboot into the Search box and click on search. Do you find more than one copy of fastboot.exe? There sound only be one in C:\KFFirstAide\fastboot.exe - rename the rest to fastboot.bak
4. Check the Kindle Fire, is "Allow installation of programs" ON under More+ Device?
5. Check the Kindle Fire, is "ADB Enable" ON under More+ Security?
6. Plug the Kindle into USB, check the device Manager do you see:
Kindle > Android ADB Interface
Portable Devices> Kindle
7. If NO, unplug the Kindle and install the ADB Driver from Kindle Fire First Aide
8. Check the Device Manager again, do you see the above devices now? If yes, proceed, if no post what you see here in this thread.
9. OK, now you are ready to test ADB Communication, enter the following at C:\Windows\System32:
Code:
adb kill-server
adb wait-for-device
adb devices
10. If you see a serial number, perfect, proceed. If you get an odd error, please post the exact error in this thread. If you errored STOP here until we figure out the problem. If the output was a serial number with NO "killing server, server is out of date...." then proceed.
11. Launch Kindle Fire First Aide, select Option 21 to Root the Kindle. Pay close attention to the software and the Kindle. When you see "press any key" please press any key so the software may continue. At one point you will see the Kindle asking to be RESTORED, please click on the Kindle Fire "Restore", watch the software for press any key and allow the software to continue by "Pressing any key" on your Keyboard.
12. When done you will have Root. Check in the Kindle Apps for SuperSU or Superuser, please click on SuperSU or Superuser to open the software. Lease this window open and enter this command:
Code:
adb kill-server
adb wait-for-device
adb shell su -c "cd /data/local/tmp/; rm *"
Pay close attention to the Kindle, you will see a Superuser Pop-up or Request, be sure to Allow or Grant the request!
13. Next, go back to the Kindle Fire, look in the SuperSU or Superuser logs, do you see:
"ADB Shell #"
Click on the Superuser or SuperSU Apps tab, do you see:
"ADB Shell #"
Perfect, proceed!
14. You have setup the correct permissions on the Kindle and you have Root, you may now proceed to install the rest of the packages using the latest version of Kindle Fire First Aide. Do Google Play Store first.
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We just received a PM from one of our members, they were having issues Rooting the Kindle. We like to post all pertinent communications since it may help another person. Here we go.

The question was "I have been trying to root this thing for 3 days now...", here is our response:

We are sorry you are having such difficulty with Rooting the Kindle, here is quick instructions and points to look for on the Kindle:

1. Check C:\Program Files\Android do you have this directory? If yes, please change C:\Program Files\Android to C:\Program Files\Android-Bak
2. Use Microsoft search, enter adb into the Search box and click on search. Do you find more than one copy of adb.exe? There sound only be one in C:\KFFirstAide\adb.exe - rename the rest to adb.bak
3. Use Microsoft search, enter fastboot into the Search box and click on search. Do you find more than one copy of fastboot.exe? There sound only be one in C:\KFFirstAide\fastboot.exe - rename the rest to fastboot.bak
4. Check the Kindle Fire, is "Allow installation of programs" ON under More+ Device?
5. Check the Kindle Fire, is "ADB Enable" ON under More+ Security?
6. Plug the Kindle into USB, check the device Manager do you see:
Kindle > Android ADB Interface
Portable Devices> Kindle
7. If NO, unplug the Kindle and install the ADB Driver from Kindle Fire First Aide
8. Check the Device Manager again, do you see the above devices now? If yes, proceed, if no post what you see here in this thread.
9. OK, now you are ready to test ADB Communication, enter the following at C:\Windows\System32:
Code:
adb kill-server
adb wait-for-device
adb devices
10. If you see a serial number, perfect, proceed. If you get an odd error, please post the exact error in this thread. If you errored STOP here until we figure out the problem. If the output was a serial number with NO "killing server, server is out of date...." then proceed.
11. Launch Kindle Fire First Aide, select Option 21 to Root the Kindle. Pay close attention to the software and the Kindle. When you see "press any key" please press any key so the software may continue. At one point you will see the Kindle asking to be RESTORED, please click on the Kindle Fire "Restore", watch the software for press any key and allow the software to continue by "Pressing any key" on your Keyboard.
12. When done you will have Root. Check in the Kindle Apps for SuperSU or Superuser, please click on SuperSU or Superuser to open the software. Lease this window open and enter this command:
Code:
adb kill-server
adb wait-for-device
adb shell su -c "cd /data/local/tmp/; rm *"
Pay close attention to the Kindle, you will see a Superuser Pop-up or Request, be sure to Allow or Grant the request!
13. Next, go back to the Kindle Fire, look in the SuperSU or Superuser logs, do you see:
"ADB Shell #"
Click on the Superuser or SuperSU Apps tab, do you see:
"ADB Shell #"
Perfect, proceed!
14. You have setup the correct permissions on the Kindle and you have Root, you may now proceed to install the rest of the packages using the latest version of Kindle Fire First Aide. Do Google Play Store first.
question based on #2.. i found more than 1 adb.exe. theres 2 in the KFFirstAide folder, one in the main directory and one in C:\KFFirstAide\Qemu
Do i rename the one in Qemu folder?
 
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Solution found! THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO HAS BEEN SO PATIENT WITH US AS WE ARE WORKING TO MAKE THIS DREAM COME TRUE!

WE JUST FOUND THE SOLUTION TO THE PERMISSION DENIED ISSUE. EVERYONE WHO POSTED THE DETAILED OUTPUT HELPED US THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO HAS HELPED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

GIVE US ONE HOUR, WE WILL POST THE NEW VERSION REV 51 THAT HAS FINALLY SOLVED THE PERMISSION DENIED ISSUE!!!!

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We solve the Permission denied issue, here it is hot off the presses, you are the first to receive a copy.

Rev 4.1.51 Change Log:
1. Fixed Permission Denied Problem
2. Changed the timing on Option 21
3. Streamline code - processes at a faster rate of speed
4. Changed Enable OTA to Selective Enable

*****Kindle Fire First Aide Revision 4.1.51-Beta for Microsoft Windows*****

Kindle Fire First Aide Revision 4.1.51-Beta for Windows Universal Package: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/54456659/KFFirstAide.zip

Kindle Fire First Aide Revision 4.1.51-Beta for Windows 32-bit Version: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/54456659/KFFirstAide32.zip

Kindle Fire First Aide Revision 4.1.51-Beta for Windows 64-bit Version: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/54456659/KFFirstAide64.zip

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We solve the Permission denied issue, here it is hot off the presses, you are the first to receive a copy.

Rev 4.1.51 Change Log:
1. Fixed Permission Denied Problem
2. Changed the timing on Option 21
3. Streamline code - processes at a faster rate of speed
4. Changed Enable OTA to Selective Enable

*****Kindle Fire First Aide Revision 4.1.51-Beta for Microsoft Windows*****

Kindle Fire First Aide Revision 4.1.51-Beta for Windows Universal Package: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/54456659/KFFirstAide.zip

Kindle Fire First Aide Revision 4.1.51-Beta for Windows 32-bit Version: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/54456659/KFFirstAide32.zip

Kindle Fire First Aide Revision 4.1.51-Beta for Windows 64-bit Version: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/54456659/KFFirstAide64.zip

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i was one who kept getting " Permission Denied " errors and i just tried Rev 51 and now it works. so far i have been able to install 2 options. thanks!
 
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Thank you for the links, we are going to stick with Ultra High End options like Sony ClearAudio, Sony Bravia, Sony Xloud and Pimp My Beats. The other sound enhancements are designed for headphones and are too dramatic while our sound enhancement are designed for high end audio systems and focus on expanding the compressed MP3, so the upgrade is very subtle but highly effective.

********Permission Denied Solved*********, here it is hot off the presses, you are the first to receive a copy.

Rev 4.1.51 Change Log:
1. Fixed Permission Denied Problem
2. Changed the timing on Option 21
3. Streamline code - processes at a faster rate of speed
4. Changed Enable OTA to Selective Enable

*****Kindle Fire First Aide Revision 4.1.51-Beta for Microsoft Windows*****

Kindle Fire First Aide Revision 4.1.51-Beta for Windows Universal Package: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/54456659/KFFirstAide.zip

Kindle Fire First Aide Revision 4.1.51-Beta for Windows 32-bit Version: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/54456659/KFFirstAide32.zip

Kindle Fire First Aide Revision 4.1.51-Beta for Windows 64-bit Version: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/54456659/KFFirstAide64.zip

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Chris, I checked the KindleBackUp directory on the PC after the restore step 25 failed to transfer the image files and it looks like they were not unzipped! I don't know why. I did edit the RunMe.bat file to update and add the gunzip.exe -d statements before I tried the restore but for some reason it did not unzip them. Yes, I had my Windows 7 environment PATH statement updated to point to the C:\KFFirstAide directory. Odd that the script did not execute properly to unzip the image files. Anyway I see that you have updated the latest RunMe.bat file to include the "-d" parameter to the gunzip.exe utility and also added a pause decision step for the user before proceeding to wipe data and cache. Good show!

The contents of the C:\KFFirstAide\KindleBackup directory showed all my image files still unzipped as follows:

02/20/2013 11:19 AM 4,363,942 boot.img.gz
02/20/2013 11:19 AM 132,532 bootloader.img.gz
02/20/2013 11:19 AM 62 crypto.img.gz
02/20/2013 11:19 AM 19,340,227 dfs.img.gz
02/20/2013 11:19 AM 4,348,968 dkernel.img.gz
02/20/2013 11:19 AM 284,993 efs.img.gz
02/20/2013 11:19 AM 105 idme.img.gz
02/20/2013 11:19 AM 44 misc.img.gz
02/20/2013 11:19 AM 5,588,493 recovery.img.gz
02/20/2013 11:20 AM 571,288,789 system.img.gz
02/20/2013 11:19 AM 23,374 xloader.img.gz

I had the latest Java JDK 7.0.15 installed (that's all the Oracle Java download site offers now from your link to Java JRE). fyi.
I let your toolkit install the MS VC++ runtime libs.
I ran the step 25 and that was it.

At this point after the tool wiped my data and cache clean, I was able to just use the tablet with whatever image was left on there. It showed all my original Amazon store apps icons. Some were still installed and some required me to reinstall from the Amazon store. The Amazon store simply reinstalled the apps when I clicked on them without complaining a nag message saying that I had already installed it. So apparently the wipe of data and cache did reset my device to like new. The funny thing is, I still have superUser app and SU root priviedges installed! yea!
It also left in place the Google Play market store app and Google Gmail app! So at least I have those activated and usable now too.
All of my previous Google Play installed apps however were deleted and I had to reinstall them. I have my Kindle HD 8.9 32GB tablet working pretty good now and I am leaving it as it is. I am not going to try to do another restore of my previous rooted image at this time since I am happy and satisfied with the way it is running right now. I have all my Amazon Prime functions back as well as the Google Play store to download non-Amazon apps. yippee! That's good enough for me. (I don't have all the other Google apps like Currents, Earth, Maps, etc. though). I am hesitant to try and rerun your toolkit to attempt to reinstall all the Google app functionality in fear that it is going to corrupt my Amazon Prime functions apps and functions again. If I re-try to reinstall the full suite of Google Apps functions will it move and disable my Amazon apps and functions? Previous posting from you said that the Amazon Apps will have been moved to a "Home" folder and I would have to click on it to restore the Amazon functions. I am not sure about it, so hesitant to corrupt my working environment again.

Anyway, hope this info helps you diagnose and improve the toolkit further.

Also, as I mentioned in previous posts, the ADB drivers installation file that you have in the toolkit fails to install on my Windows 8 Pro (64bit) computers. I tried to install them also in compatibility modes (as Windows 7, Windows XP (SP3) ) and it fails to install on Windows 8 64 bit each time. When I switched to a Windows 7 (32-bit) computer, the provided ADB drivers installed with no problem. So you may want to investigate that and find out what driver is good for Windows 8 (64-bit).
Infobits,

Thank you for the feedback, we need to add a line for Windows 8 users. Try this on Windows 8, drop to command:

Code:
bcdedit -set loadoptions DISABLE_INTEGRITY_CHECKS 
bcdedit -set TESTSIGNING ON
Then try to install the driver. If it works, send us an update please. We solved the issues with the Google Apps, we found what was causing the problem, it was a corrupt package. Be sure to use the updated version.

We solve the Permission denied issue, here it is hot off the presses.

Rev 4.1.51 Change Log:
1. Fixed Permission Denied Problem
2. Changed the timing on Option 21
3. Streamline code - processes at a faster rate of speed
4. Changed Enable OTA to Selective Enable

*****Kindle Fire First Aide Revision 4.1.51-Beta for Microsoft Windows*****

Kindle Fire First Aide Revision 4.1.51-Beta for Windows Universal Package: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/54456659/KFFirstAide.zip

Kindle Fire First Aide Revision 4.1.51-Beta for Windows 32-bit Version: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/54456659/KFFirstAide32.zip

Kindle Fire First Aide Revision 4.1.51-Beta for Windows 64-bit Version: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/54456659/KFFirstAide64.zip

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Excellent details! That helped us solve the problem with Holo Install.

We solve ALL the Permission denied issue, here it is hot off the presses.

Rev 4.1.51 Change Log:
1. Fixed Permission Denied Problem
2. Changed the timing on Option 21
3. Streamline code - processes at a faster rate of speed
4. Changed Enable OTA to Selective Enable

*****Kindle Fire First Aide Revision 4.1.51-Beta for Microsoft Windows*****

Kindle Fire First Aide Revision 4.1.51-Beta for Windows Universal Package: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/54456659/KFFirstAide.zip

Kindle Fire First Aide Revision 4.1.51-Beta for Windows 32-bit Version: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/54456659/KFFirstAide32.zip

Kindle Fire First Aide Revision 4.1.51-Beta for Windows 64-bit Version: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/54456659/KFFirstAide64.zip

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hi chris this is what i got hope it helps
dekor8tor,

The error is "Device Not Found", what this means is that ADB is not recognizing the device for some reason. Please look in the Windows Device Manager, do you see:

Kindle > Android ADB Interface
Portable Devices > Kindle

If no, do you see an Yellow Triangles in the Windows Device Manager? Remember the way to navigate to the Windows Device Manager is Right Hand Mouse Click on Computer, choose Properties, then select the Device Manager tab. OK, what do you see in the Windows Device Manager that refers to the Kindle? Have you looked on the Kindle, do you have ADB Enable ON found under More + Security? Do you have "Allow installation of programs" ON under More+ Device?

Once we get the device responding to ADB Commands then we can begin the process of Rooting the Kindle.

We solve ALL the Permission denied issue, here it is hot off the presses.

Rev 4.1.51 Change Log:
1. Fixed Permission Denied Problem
2. Changed the timing on Option 21
3. Streamline code - processes at a faster rate of speed
4. Changed Enable OTA to Selective Enable

*****Kindle Fire First Aide Revision 4.1.51-Beta for Microsoft Windows*****

Kindle Fire First Aide Revision 4.1.51-Beta for Windows Universal Package: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/54456659/KFFirstAide.zip

Kindle Fire First Aide Revision 4.1.51-Beta for Windows 32-bit Version: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/54456659/KFFirstAide32.zip

Kindle Fire First Aide Revision 4.1.51-Beta for Windows 64-bit Version: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/54456659/KFFirstAide64.zip

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