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so then:

adb shell
su
mount -o rw,remount /cache
mkdir /cache/recovery
echo install /sdcard/kindleupdate.bin > /cache/recovery/openrecoveryscript
exit
exit
adb push your-downloaded-update.bin /sdcard/kindleupdate.bin
adb reboot recovery
Kindle HDX 7 ................. Rooted
Kindle HDX 7 LTE.......... Rooted
Kindle HDX 8.9 LTE....... Rooted and Bricked
Galaxy Note 8 ... ............ Rooted
Galaxy Note 10.1 2014... Stock (Don't want to set Knox flag)
Note 3 ............................ Rooted
 
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so then:

adb shell
su
mount -o rw,remount /cache
mkdir /cache/recovery
echo install /sdcard/kindleupdate.bin > /cache/recovery/openrecoveryscript
exit
exit
adb push your-downloaded-update.bin /sdcard/kindleupdate.bin
adb reboot recovery
Yes. Try that.
EDIT: Wait. It'll probably say permission denied or some other lame error, so add
mount -o rw,remount /data
After the cache remount then change everything that references "/sdcard/" to "/data/media/0/".

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That didn't work either. I keep getting the same result. I don't get errors using the sdcard directory though either, but I also tried with data/media/0. No errors, just doesn't work for me.
Kindle HDX 7 ................. Rooted
Kindle HDX 7 LTE.......... Rooted
Kindle HDX 8.9 LTE....... Rooted and Bricked
Galaxy Note 8 ... ............ Rooted
Galaxy Note 10.1 2014... Stock (Don't want to set Knox flag)
Note 3 ............................ Rooted
 
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Exclamation so do i.

adb push "bin" to sdcard can work,but after reboot recovery,
only show on screen like this:

Kindle Fire System Recovery
Your Kindle doesn't seem to be able to boot.
Reseting your device to Factory defaults may
help you to fix this issue.

Volume up/down to move highlight;
power button to select.
------------------------------------
Reboot your Kindle
Reset to Factory Defaults
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I wanted to mention fastboot works. Read more...
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