Root Kindle Fire HD and 2
Originally Posted by dockmon
The question was asked in the other forum and not answered. If I can change system permission why do I need to root my device? With the first command I get rm failed for /data/local/tmp, Permission denied. Makes sense. What Is the secret? What version of adb should I be using?
I am sorry for the delayed response, we were down for over 1 week. Anyway, How can you change system permissions, this is only allowed if you are Rooted.
We go by the date. The current ADB is 01/05/2013, our Noob Guide has the latest software and ADB. If you go here:
You will be able to obtain the latest versions of the software. There is no secret, just some steps that take advantage of a known exploit in Android Ice Cream Sandwich. Rooting gives you power to do anything on your Kindle, it is worth taking the time to Root. We are back, responding to the posts now.
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