Kindle Fire First Aide Revision 4.1.53-Beta for Windows - Permission Denied SOLVED
Originally Posted by field3d
Hello yesterday I was rooted and installed Google apps but now I removed the root then I went to restore to factory defaults in kindle settings and when I reboot the kindle fire show the welcome configuration screen but after choose the language tell "setup wizard has stopped " and nothing more return to language menu you choose and the same error in an endless loop. How can I put the stock firmware considering I´m not root anymore and after make the restore to default factory defaults?
Please follow these steps to solve you problem.
Step 1: Download and Install Kindle Fire First Aide via the instructions - do not forget to add the PATH statement of C:\KFFirstAide
Step 2: Plug the Kindle Fire into USB, BE SURE the Kindle is powered OFF. Then select Option 16 wait until the software instructs you to turn on the Kindle Fire.
Step 3: If that method fails try Option 15 to boot the Kindle into Fastboot
Step 4: Once you are in Fastboot use our software to restore the Kindle - Option 7
Step 5: That is it, you may use our tool to install Google Play Store and Google Apps
We solve the Permission denied issue and the build.prop edit issues
- here it is hot off the presses at 23:53 on 02/22/2013.
Rev 4.1.53 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
5. Found double quotes with the build.prop lines, this caused the build.prop edits to fail.
6. Removed the Symbolic Link to Temp
after every install
*****Kindle Fire First Aide Revision 4.1.53-Beta RunMe 02/22/13 at 23:53 for Microsoft Windows*****
Kindle Fire First Aide Revision 4.1.53-Beta for Windows Universal Package: KFFirstAide.zip (Ubuntu One)
Kindle Fire First Aide Revision 4.1.53-Beta for Windows 32-bit Version: KFFirstAide32.zip (Ubuntu One)
Kindle Fire First Aide Revision 4.1.53-Beta for Windows 64-bit Version: KFFirstAide64.zip (Ubuntu One)
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