I had this issue as well and zedomax is correct, you have to make sure that this file resides in your own $HOME/.android folder. While cp adb_usb.ini ~.android/. works you may want to try 'cp adb_usb.ini $HOME/.android` as well. I also had the issue where my fire wasn't being shown while executing ./adb devices which required me to reboot and then it seemed to start getting picked up without issue.
Hope this helps and thanks zedomax for the tutorial
Another solution is installed voodoo OTA rootkeeper (free) from the market place. Once installed you can temporarily remove root, then restart the amazon video service and voila. Once the service is started you can re-enable root for the duration that the service is active (not rebooted) you will have root and amazon video.
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