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15th June 2014, 04:16 AM |#21  
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Crap. I dont have access to a linux OS..ill have to call amazon i think.

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i tried on ubuntu and it wasnt recognized on ubuntu.
 
 
15th June 2014, 06:08 AM |#22  
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Replacement will be here wed. Hopefully there will be a smoother way of doing all of this.

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15th June 2014, 04:12 PM |#23  
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I found out that if vroot can access your device even if it is android question mark. You have access on adb.

Just install android sdk on your pc then type the code written in this thread. http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...11701626796275
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Crap. I dont have access to a linux OS..ill have to call amazon i think.

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Download unetbootin and run it. Download a Linux ISO such as Ubuntu and using unetbootin installit on a USB stick. Plugit into the PC and using unetbootin install the ISO. The restart the computer,and in the BIOS setting chose the boot options, choose your USB stick and then run it. in the case of using ubuntu click "try ubuntu" and you are set.
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