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Cool [Q] Kindle bricked - stuck on yellow triangle recovery screen

Hello,

I've been working on a KF that was previously rooted - and now will only boot to this screen:
Attached - BootScreen

I was able to previously access TWRP, but now after trying to wipe the kindle, it will no longer boot to that.

When accessing the KF via a fastboot cable, this is how the device is recognized:
Attached - Driver

Running options in KFU, I receive:
Attached - KFU

I've had the most luck with the "KINDLE FIRE HD System.img Recovery Tool"
Attached - SystemImage
It allows me to remotely reboot my kindle, and says that it successfully writes a new image on the device(downloaded a fresh blank one) but the KF will boot to the yellow triangle screen every time thereafter regardless.

Any other suggestions on what I could do?
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Try this:
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fastboot -i 0x1949 oem idme bootmode 4000
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void Devices()
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string Device="Amazon Kindle Fire HD 7";
    
string ROM="CyanogenMod 11 Nightly";
    
string Kernel_Version="3.0.72+";
    
string Recovery="TWRP 2.7.0.0";

 
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Try this:
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fastboot -i 0x1949 oem idme bootmode 4000
Safin,

Thank-you for your reply. Were you suggesting typing that snippet into the KFU console?
 
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Did you use option 3 to restore the factory recovery? That should fix your issue. This is a Kindle fire HD right? Not a Kindle fire 2.

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Did you use option 3 to restore the factory recovery? That should fix your issue. This is a Kindle fire HD right? Not a Kindle fire 2.

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My model is D01400.

Option 3 confirmed that it worked, but upon rebooting the Kindle it still goes to the yellow triangle screen.
 
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Did you use option 3 to restore the factory recovery? That should fix your issue. This is a Kindle fire HD right? Not a Kindle fire 2.

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Ummm...the HD models do NOT have a yellow triangle screen. I think.
PHP Code:
//This is in C++,not PHP
#include<iostream>
#include<string>
#include<xda>

using namespace std;

int main()
{
    
string name="SafinWasi"
    
string status="Senior Member";
    if(
I helped you){
        
cout<<"Please hit the Thanks Button!\n";
    }
    return 
0;
}
void Devices()
{
    
string Device="Amazon Kindle Fire HD 7";
    
string ROM="CyanogenMod 11 Nightly";
    
string Kernel_Version="3.0.72+";
    
string Recovery="TWRP 2.7.0.0";

 
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My model is D01400.

Option 3 confirmed that it worked, but upon rebooting the Kindle it still goes to the yellow triangle screen.
You have an original Kindle Fire 8GB. Don't use any utility unless for a Kindle Fire or you will hard brick your tablet.

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Hello,
Don't use the fastboot cord, your stuck in fastboot. That's what that yellow triangle is. Use your USB cord and read up a bit, you should be able to recover just fine. http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2037513

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