[Q] Accidentally erased my Kindle Fire (1st Gen) OS
Hi guys, so I was going to give my old KF to my nephew as a gift. It was rooted, with TWRP and had CM10. So i tried to restore it to its original state (unrooted with the stock KF ROM). After I flashed it back to the original OS, I wiped the cache, the dalvik and the system using TWRP and accidentally deleted my OS. Now, when i boot it, it remains at the KF logo (white and orange so it means it has the stock bootloader). I also cant access TWRP ( i guess i've deleted FFF as well ). i would be so greatful if anyone could help me. i'm also a noob so if you could please tell me step by step on how to fix my KF.
-im not from the US so I dont have the factory cable
-when i try to use the KFU, it says ADB Status: Online ; Boot Status: Unknown
-when i try to install TWRP or FFF via KFU, it stops at "waiting for device"
the only way i found it, its making a factory cable
it happens the same thing to me, and i dont live in us i make one. its easy, see a few tutos and make, when you have one conect and install twrp, then, mount and copy a rom or if you have one restore its better
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28 Aug 2014
By Tomek Kondrat
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