Originally Posted by jetfire158
Just sharing what worked for me, because doing this on the Kindle is quite complicated and difficult, and people often run into issues. So if something doesn't work, we resort to searching the web for other methods. Therefore the more methods that are available the better chances someone has of getting it to work.
And sorry, but I would appreciate it if you didn't accuse me of not doing enough research. There were multiple sources that said unroot does work for the HD. I guess I'll have to try it myself, though.
Your instructions are choppy and missing steps. If I were a n00b, I would be confused. You can un-root a Kindle Fire HD and go stock again by restoring the system. But the statement you made at the end of your tutorial makes no sense. A rooted Kindle Fire HD does not lose any of the Amazon features. You cannot swap back and forth unless you flash an Amazon OS nandroid backup or use Kinology. That's how you regain the features of the Amazon OS after installing a 2nd bootloader and a custom ROM.
You know what I would appreciate? Don't offer something in a tutorial that can't be done and you have not even tried yourself because when people try it, they can do some damage to an expensive tablet.
2013 KFHD7 KFSOWI with firmware 11.x.x.x KFSOWI (no camera/no HDMI output) http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2544736
Post 10 at the link has instructions to block Amazon OTA updates on KFHD 7 KFSOWI
Remove Ads from Lockscreen KFHD7 2013 KFSOWI http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=48623841