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need to send kindle fire hd 7 back

20th January 2014, 02:27 PM |#1  
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as the title says,need to send it back as it is having volume problems,it keeps turning itslef up.i have done a factory reset etc etc but its still the same,,,,whats the best tool now to return it completely to how it was when i got it with no trace of roms or twrp

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20th January 2014, 06:16 PM |#2  
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What I would do is use kindle fire first aid to restore it to stock, then manually unroot it by first deleting the superuser apk from the system partition, then deleting the su binary. Seem's like the updates from their site used to be flash able from twrp if you changed the extension, you could always let it ota or manually update it after using kffa to restore it, that would also take care of root.

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What I would do is use kindle fire first aid to restore it to stock, then manually unroot it by first deleting the superuser apk from the system partition, then deleting the su binary. Seem's like the updates from their site used to be flash able from twrp if you changed the extension, you could always let it ota or manually update it after using kffa to restore it, that would also take care of root.

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thnks for the info stunts
26th January 2014, 07:14 PM |#4  
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thnks for the info stunts

right i used kffa to restore then manually updated it with a higher version than it was,then i let it update over the air so now its on the latest amazon software,,,,,will i be good to send of to amazon now.just making sure

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26th January 2014, 08:49 PM |#5  
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It should be ready now, once a stock ota image updates the kindle it basically wipes all changes you made from the system partition.

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27th January 2014, 06:25 PM |#6  
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thanks stunks,off to amazon we go
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