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"C:\Users\<your username>\.android\adb_usb.ini"

now hjas the line in it,
"# ANDROID 3RD PARTY USB VENDOR ID LIST -- DO NOT EDIT.
# USE 'android update adb' TO GENERATE.
# 1 USB VENDOR ID PER LINE.
0x1949"


worked!
Not for me. ADB still won't recognize it.

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Not for me. ADB still won't recognize it.
Try this. Under the 'android-sdk' directory placed when you installed the Android SDK, (you did install that, yes?) locate & select the 'tools' directory. From Windows 7, hold down <shift> on the keyboard, and right click on the 'tools' sub-directory. Select 'Open Command Window Here' to open a command prompt in the 'tools' sub-directory.

In the command window, type "android update adb" (no quotes)

This should cause the SDK to refresh it's list of connected devices, which will update the '.INI' file if it detected the device. If it didn't detect the device, you're still boned.

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Was able to get it, and this method worked great once I was able to get the device detected. Had to uninstall the Kindle drivers once, and after the reinstall it showed up as a composite device. Thanks for the easy rooting method, perfect for novices like myself.
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How i can check if the kindle is rooted? What Appear on the cmd windows? daemon started succesfully?
 
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I am far from an expert on this, but if you are using this method here, once you believe the process is finished, you should see the SuperUser app in your app list on the device itself.
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I am far from an expert on this, but if you are using this method here, once you believe the process is finished, you should see the SuperUser app in your app list on the device itself.

Thanks you, works perfect
 
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i keep getting daemon daemon not running starting on port 5037 daemon started successfully, then nothing happens? anyone know the problem. kindle fire hd i just got it today from best buy

then i tried in my laptop and it says ADB drivers failed to installed properly to install them manually. so it does not work in my desktop nor laptop.
 
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i keep getting daemon daemon not running starting on port 5037 daemon started successfully, then nothing happens? anyone know the problem. kindle fire hd i just got it today from best buy

then i tried in my laptop and it says ADB drivers failed to installed properly to install them manually. so it does not work in my desktop nor laptop.
I had the same problem. You should install ADB tools. Just gooogle it. After that put an .ini file in specific folder. And after that it will work.
As for the messege you get from your PC, it is ok. I got this messege too, but the drivers are ok.

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"C:\Users\<your username>\.android\adb_usb.ini"

now hjas the line in it,
"# ANDROID 3RD PARTY USB VENDOR ID LIST -- DO NOT EDIT.
# USE 'android update adb' TO GENERATE.
# 1 USB VENDOR ID PER LINE.
0x1949"


worked!
Now:
- LG G2 (Verizon, CLEAN ROM 1.0) - Best one!!!
- Amazon's Kindle Fire HD 7 (CM, root)
- Samsung Galaxy S4 (i9500) - Stock.
- AT&T Galaxy Note 2 (Jedi ROM).
 
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I had the same problem. You should install ADB tools. Just gooogle it. After that put an .ini file in specific folder. And after that it will work.
As for the messege you get from your PC, it is ok. I got this messege too, but the drivers are ok.

Originally Posted by Strothmann
Thanks for the tip

"C:\Users\<your username>\.android\adb_usb.ini"

now hjas the line in it,
"# ANDROID 3RD PARTY USB VENDOR ID LIST -- DO NOT EDIT.
# USE 'android update adb' TO GENERATE.
# 1 USB VENDOR ID PER LINE.
0x1949"


worked!
wow i am a total noob i downloaded from the internet but i dont know what to do with it.
 
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wow i am a total noob i downloaded from the internet but i dont know what to do with it.
never mind i did follow the manual way using the cmd, i had to several times install and uninstall the drivers. finally it worked and i got it rooted. now i have installed the android market. download the youtube app and several games from the marked and they worked fine. thanks for the tutorial on how to root the kindle fire hd.

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