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[UPDATED][TOOL]Flasher for the 2012 Kindle Fire HD 7"

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backup option works just confirmed on 2 devices done by me! id say this works like a charm
Thanks man. Really appreciate it.
From the poll,it's seen that two users say that the tool doesn't work. Please post in the thread or PM me to tell what issues you're facing.




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Hi

Do i need to be rooted first, or does this root as well?

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Do i need to be rooted first, or does this root as well?

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Yes,you need to be rooted.




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Yes,you need to be rooted.
Great work Anonymous.123.

Will this work with latest KFHD 7 official update and is there a way to reverse in case need to send back?

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Great work Anonymous.123.

Will this work with latest KFHD 7 official update and is there a way to reverse in case need to send back?

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I originally intended this to work for software version 7.4.6 and yes,there is a backup option to backup the stock boot,recovery and system images so you can just flash those in fastboot.




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Ok thanks for the reply. Just one more thing though, how do I install backup from fastboot?

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Ok thanks for the reply. Just one more thing though, how do I install backup from fastboot?

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At first ,get your Kindle into Fastboot by turning it off,issue the following command in your terminal:
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fastboot -i 0x1949 reboot-bootloader
Then,plug it in and it should boot into Fastboot.
Then issue the following lines one by one:
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cd/
cd BackupFiles
fastboot -i 0x1949 flash boot stock-boot.img
fastboot -i 0x1949 flash recovery stock-recovery.img
fastboot -i 0x1949 flash system stock-system.img




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Okay,I decided to make a new DevDB project for my Flasher because this thread is getting a little confusing. For anyone wanting to follow my work,please check it out. Mods can close this thread.
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