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[UTILITY] Kindle Fire Unbrick Utility V1.1! (DONATE BUTTON!)

5th January 2012, 01:35 AM   |  #1  
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Kindle Fire Unbrick Utility is the all-in-one Kindle Fire unbricker. All it does is execute what would be done in the command prompt, but it does it for you.
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1.1 - Added "Flash Amazon Update" button

1.0 - New UI design, some bugfixes

Also, I now have a donate button, if you're feeling generous



Like it? Download it HERE

If you like this, don't forget to thank me!

DISCLAIMER:By downloading this file you agree that I (ZombiePiratez) am not liable in any way, shape or form for any damage done to your device(s). This tool is made, for use with the Kindle Fire only. it is not recommended for use with any other devices. Use it at your own risk. Please know that this is un-tested, so if it works for you, please notify me what you chose and what was wrong with your device.

Thanks to Vashypooh for allowing me to use some of his code as a model for mine
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5th January 2012, 01:52 AM   |  #2  
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This looks great. Personally, I wouldn't need this, but I know that there are a lot of people out there who don't have much experience with a command line.
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5th January 2012, 02:09 AM   |  #3  
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This looks great. Personally, I wouldn't need this, but I know that there are a lot of people out there who don't have much experience with a command line.

The reason why I made this was exactly for those people that don't have experience with a command line. Up until about 2 months ago, I was one of those people
5th January 2012, 02:17 AM   |  #4  
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Your download link is bad,

and this looks very, very similar to what I made...
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Originally Posted by Vashypooh

Your download link is bad,

and this looks very, very similar to what I made...

I was thinking the same thing.
5th January 2012, 02:28 AM   |  #6  
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Originally Posted by Vashypooh

Your download link is bad,

and this looks very, very similar to what I made...

Yup. it does look similar to what you made. The thing is though, it does a completely different thing. I'll be fixing the download link soon, not sure why it's broken...
Also, I did use bits and pieces of your code as models, but nothing more than that.
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5th January 2012, 06:22 AM   |  #7  
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Thanks to both of you. This here little thing just saved my bacon. I am not a noob exactly but I am not a complete command line expert either, but it all comes together in time. I was stuck in the recovery loop and this helped me out.

Keep Moving Forward,
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Also, even though this might look like Kindle Fire Utility, it is not developed/owned by the same person. Aside from that, a special thanks to Vashypooh for allowing me to use some of his code as a model for mine.


Thank you and honorable mentions are always appreciated but sometimes not noticed. Just a thought. Yes I am going to go take a long walk off a short pier, as this is none of my business. But in all honesty if I did not say something it would weigh on my oh so big conscience all night. Cheers.

Dseeker
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Originally Posted by DragonSeeker

Thanks to both of you. This here little thing just saved my bacon. I am not a noob exactly but I am not a complete command line expert either, but it all comes together in time. I was stuck in the recovery loop and this helped me out.

Keep Moving Forward,
Dseeker




Thank you and honorable mentions are always appreciated but sometimes not noticed. Just a thought. Yes I am going to go take a long walk off a short pier, as this is none of my business. But in all honesty if I did not say something it would weigh on my oh so big conscience all night. Cheers.

Dseeker

Always happy to help And I'm glad it worked for you!



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5th January 2012, 05:42 PM   |  #9  
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Just for clarity. Is this just a front end for the different methods for unbricking we have in the forum? I mean, if I have a broken adb ("-exec '/system/bin/sh' failed: no such file or directory (2)) this won´t make any magic, will it?

Edit: Ok, Just read the .bat file and in fact it is a front end. Will not work for me but sure will be useful for many people.
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the concept is a good idea - allthrough it's a frontend to known methods

and it is working partially with zergrush - this is'nt working anymore since 6.2.1 !
would suggest to incorporate pokey9000's method for 6.2.1:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1414832

correct me if i'm wrong

nevertheless i think it's a good idea and worth to push it to further releases
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