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hi i got this kindle off my friend i think its hard bricked not sure what he done, what happend is power light comes on and kindle fire logo then powers off, windows see's nothing. kindle fire logo seems to be yellow. so assuming its not rooted. just would like to know what type of brick this is and how to ge out of it if possible
 
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Doesn't sound hard bricked, I would hook it up to a fastboot cable to see if it will enter fastboot mode, though the bootloader seems to be acting odd(unless it's a low battery but I think it would flash a low battery symbol on the screen instead of kindle fire).

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Doesn't sound hard bricked, I would hook it up to a fastboot cable to see if it will enter fastboot mode, though the bootloader seems to be acting odd(unless it's a low battery but I think it would flash a low battery symbol on the screen instead of kindle fire).

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yeah it has power as it will do the same when unplugged. So to make a fast boot cable solder 1 to four is that right?
 
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Yes that's pretty much all there is to it, though the cable has to kinda have the contact point for what I think is pin 4, because its not usually used so not all cables have a contact point for it on the little PCB.

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Yeah just popped one open and has four so red to white? Also could you direct me to the thread to what to do once I have created one
 
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ok done cable plugged in still doing same thing???
 
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That's not what pin 4 is, pin 4 has no wire coming from it, there's a guide that tells about this around here somewhere, look in this thread for a link at Q20. http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2228539

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ok sorry i have the usb cable it has 4 wires red and green on one side black and white on the other, i have read many of these instructions cant get my head round them
 
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ok on the back there are two pins that go in with numbers 2 and 4. on the front there are 3 pins one with the number 1
 
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sweet found it thanks for your help device is in fast boot with like traffic lights

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