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[Q] Kindle Fire HDX 7" Bricked

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Default [Q] Kindle Fire HDX 7" Bricked

Guys yesterday i bought a brand new kindle 7" and today i bricked it

i was tryin to install gapps , after few times of fail i decided to try cpasjuste's flashable zip which is at here :
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2577826

i was following steps but at a reckless moment i flashed zip to stock rom port then i realised that im makin mistake but it was too late. i powered off the device then tried to open but it did not. After that - another mistake - i made a factory reset. I need your help and ideas.

I was using safestrap with rooted device, at grey boot screen windows is not seeing device at ADB

Sorry for bad language , thanks for help. Here is my device ;

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FpNXGcEW21Q
 
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Just ran into that same problem myself :/

Wondering if there is anything we can do to get back into safestrap or if I need to send mine in.
 
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Angry I have same.problem too..

Anyone know solve this problem plz..I known GSLEON3 is one.of solve this problem
Please help us..
 
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Im living in Turkey and we dont have technical support in here only i can do is lookin to device and laugh
 
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Default Possible Solution

hello
I am also bricked, and I am in the proccess of finding a solution. Have you tried fastboot, but you also need a fastboot cable (factory cable) and fastboot utility for this to work. if you are in luck, maybe the utility will recognise you device and you can insert the following command "fastboot -w -i 0x1949", Good Luck.

Let's hope it works!
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