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Kindle fire stuck in stock boot screen.

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23rd February 2014, 09:51 PM   |  #1  
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I have followed this but when it says boot status, mine keeps saying unknown.

I will give feed back on any suggestions.
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23rd February 2014, 10:22 PM   |  #2  
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I have followed this but when it says boot status, mine keeps saying unknown.

I will give feed back on any suggestions.
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So what have you done? It doesn't list options to switch into recovery mode when you reboot?
What commands from the thread you have have you tried?

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23rd February 2014, 10:24 PM   |  #3  
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So what have you done? It doesn't list options to switch into recovery mode when you reboot?
What commands from the thread you have have you tried?

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When I launch KFU it say ADB is online, but doesn't recognize the boot status when I plug in the kindle.
23rd February 2014, 10:26 PM   |  #4  
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From your kindle though, can you switch to recovery mode? I had that happen a few times. I don't remember the fix, except to completely uninstall all kindle fire drivers and reinstall them. When you boot your kindle, does your computer show it as an unrecognized device?

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From your kindle though, can you switch to recovery mode? I had that happen a few times. I don't remember the fix, except to completely uninstall all kindle fire drivers and reinstall them. When you boot your kindle, does your computer show it as an unrecognized device?

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No, my computer doesn't recognize the kindle. and the kindle just flashes on the "Kindle Fire" boot screen logo.
23rd February 2014, 10:32 PM   |  #6  
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OK, I would definitely go with a reinstall of the drivers then.

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OK, I would definitely go with a reinstall of the drivers then.

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where can I find the drivers?
23rd February 2014, 10:48 PM   |  #8  
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Go to the start menu, right click on Computer, select Manage, and it should take you to the device manager. With your kindle plugged in, right click on whatever device it says your kindle is, and select uninstall drivers.

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Go to the start menu, right click on Computer, select Manage, and it should take you to the device manager. With your kindle plugged in, right click on whatever device it says your kindle is, and select uninstall drivers.

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It doesn't show my kindle, I tested to see if it was the cable, but it shows my lg g2 when I plug that in but not the kindle.
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So have the device manager open before you plug in the kindle. Then plug the kindle in. Something should change, and your kindle should show up as a kindle, an android adb device, an unrecognized device, or something else.

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