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[Q] Stuck at stock bootloader

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19th February 2014, 11:52 AM   |  #1  
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I am such a noob and suck at rooting.I got problem during rooting my kindle fire,here's the stories.I try to search all the way in the forum. But,all of it not working. Could you guys help me ?

1) follow root instruction and downloaded KFU
2) successfully installed superuser and go launcher
3) TWRP or CWR or FFF doesn't appear when i reboot back my device to flash custom rom.
4) I tried to run install_driver and run it again and select bootmode menu
5) I choose 3 for recovery.and its brick.luckily i could switch off my kindle.but when i wanna turned it on,its doesnt return to home menu.its stuck at the stock bootloader.

I'm hoping you guys could help me and suggest me the way how to solve it.
I also attach some screen shot of the kindle and my notebooks when i plugged in usb cable in.

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19th February 2014, 12:13 PM   |  #2  
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it seems to be in fastboot mode - you have to fix your windows driver for fastboot mode, then you can continue with kfu.

driver (under android phone):
normal & recovery boot: -> android composite adb interface
fastboot: -> android adb interface

detailed explanation here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...71&postcount=2
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19th February 2014, 12:18 PM   |  #3  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by b63

it seems to be in fastboot mode - you have to fix your windows driver for fastboot mode, then you can continue with kfu.

driver (under android phone):
normal & recovery boot: -> android composite adb interface
fastboot: -> android adb interface

detailed explanation here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...71&postcount=2

thanks for the advice.I will try it after this and inform you back. Btw, do i need kindle usb cable? for fastboot, since i purchased used kindle so the seller didnt gimme those cable. im currently using sony micro usb cable.
19th February 2014, 12:25 PM   |  #4  
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no - every micro usb cable will work
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no - every micro usb cable will work

i will try to read all of it, try to understand it.and get you know once i already figure it out okay?
20th February 2014, 05:18 AM   |  #6  
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i already update my driver.and why in KFU,my device is offline.
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20th February 2014, 04:45 PM   |  #7  
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i already update my driver.and why in KFU,my device is offline.

your device seems to be in fastboot mode - you have selected the wrong driver.

normal & recovery boot: -> android composite adb interface
fastboot: -> android adb interface

normal boot -> adb commands YES -> fastboot commands NO
fastboot -> adb commands NO -> fastboot commands YES
recovery -> adb commands YES -> fastboot commands NO

if the device is in fastboot mode "adb status" is allways "offline".

if you have installed the right driver you can check manually
with "fastboot devices" and "fastboot getvar product".
if you get response to this commands you are good to go.
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21st February 2014, 06:55 PM   |  #8  
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i finally able to install bootloader and twrp.i thought i never make a mistakes.but unfortunately,during time im backing up stock rom,(nandbackup).i check all the boxes (for the left side) and for right side nothing.its running,when completed.its show huge amount of data (around 780 mb).i really think dat tis is normal for backup.in twrp,and video by tom gt,time for backup for 10 minutes.but me,already 5 hour still stuck in twrp.cant go anywhere.
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Originally Posted by b63

your device seems to be in fastboot mode - you have selected the wrong driver.

normal & recovery boot: -> android composite adb interface
fastboot: -> android adb interface

normal boot -> adb commands YES -> fastboot commands NO
fastboot -> adb commands NO -> fastboot commands YES
recovery -> adb commands YES -> fastboot commands NO

if the device is in fastboot mode "adb status" is allways "offline".

if you have installed the right driver you can check manually
with "fastboot devices" and "fastboot getvar product".
if you get response to this commands you are good to go.

bro i hope you can help me solve tiz things off.during backup nand.for the first time.its stuck and as i mention previously its stuck 5 hours but for almost 2 days.its still not finish.am i brick my fire?am i miss out something?later i'll attach picture for your preferences.i think when i already booted up kindle fire,its consider no such big issues.maybe for me that not familiar.
23rd February 2014, 06:43 PM   |  #10  
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bro i hope you can help me solve tiz things off.during backup nand.for the first time.its stuck and as i mention previously its stuck 5 hours but for almost 2 days.its still not finish.am i brick my fire?am i miss out something?later i'll attach picture for your preferences.i think when i already booted up kindle fire,its consider no such big issues.maybe for me that not familiar.

if you managed to install bootloader and twrp then you are good to go.
you tried to make a backup of the stock firmware and now the twrp is stuck.
i don't know what options you checked, but this should be no problem.
just hold the power button for ~20sec till it turns off and try again.
check only options which exist on your device then the backup should be done in ~10min.

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