Originally Posted by stunts513
Have you tried putting twrp into sideload mode? Its under the advanced section. Unless you misposted this in the 7 inch section, that ROM was designed for kf2, that's might be why you are having problems. After you get sideload mode enabled if your PC detects it and u manage to install the adb drivers, u put the correct zip you want to flash in the same directory as adb and I think the syntax goes as follows:
adb sideload filename.zip
See if that helps.
Sent from my Amazon Kindle Fire HD running CM10.1 Tablet UI using xda-developers app
Thanks for the quick reply.
I tried that one, too. Unfortunately Windows will is not accepting the device anymore as Kindle (which worked well before) and ADB is showing offline / no device on the PC.
The connected Kindle says "Starting ADB sideload feature..."
And you are correct - it seems to be a wrong ROM but happily it could not been installed.
So the main problem is now to get the new suitable ROM from the computer to the Kindle device.
Reinstalling drivers is not helping, too. So I am kind of clueless how to get files to the Kindle.
Have a nice evening
It seems to work now on another computer. Thanks again for your answer which pointed me into the right direction and forced me to try the correct way on different devices. The CyanogenMod logo is now on the display of the Kindle. I'll let you know how it end
After some more tries it is finally working as intended. I am not sure which was the original mistake. Maybe driver issues on the PC. Thanks again!