[Q] Can't push a file to bricked Kindle?
Okay, before I begin, just like to say thanks for your help (this site in general) with my Galaxy S3 - had to get it replaced due to my idiocy, but was very lucky anyhow!
Anyway, this is my situation:
I have a Kindle Fire HD 7". It was rooted, still had stock rom on there (Amazon) but it was running Go Launcher HD. I wanted CM 10.1 on it (4.2.2)
and followed this process: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2271909
Followed everything to the letter, and now it keeps going into recovery mode (Orange Kindle logo, then blue, then repeats a few times until it hits TWRP). Now apparently the only thing I can do now is to run ADB using Command Prompt and push the CM 10.1 ROM over to my device, then use TWRP to install it.
The problem is, I have no idea how to use Cmd Prompt, and have downloaded the SDK, and put in the file destinations that this link told me to (apart from it was where I'd placed the SDK, of course): http://zacktutorials.blogspot.co.uk/...ternal-or.html
If i run the ADB file destination on it's own through the cmd, a huge long list comes down with what I assume is a list of options (adb root, adb usb, etc).
So my question now is, is there a step by step tutorial or can someone tell me exactly what to enter/do in order to get that CM 10.1 onto my Kindle Fire HD 7", install it, and have a merry jellybean party?
I know I'm an idiot, and I'm not super tech savvy (not when it comes to uber dev stuff like this anyhow)
Thanks for the help/advice!