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Root for Kindle Fire HD 7 ( 7.2.2 / 7.2.3) !!!

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Yeah the rooting process hasn't changed since the last update, no need for extra/changed steps.
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can someone make a system.img of 7.2.2 stock or something. i tried to flash 7.2.1 back and it seems to wreck it.
 
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Question Thank you!

Worked great! Had to do both steps. Does it matter that I now have both SuperSU and Superuser? Only have the option to remove superuser and not superSU.

Thanks again

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Nice this work for me thanks man

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Talking Worked with the 1st step thanks

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So i don't no why but this worked for me with the Softwareversion 7.2.2 !

Step 1 use this tool http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1886460 and use the normal method.
(the program will say that the process has not worked but this it all ok) now the Kindle is very slow
and the display is blinking.

Step 2 now you use the Quemu Method for the 7.2.1 version (http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1893838)

That was all and now you should have root!! n

PS: Sry for my english ^^
Worked for me with the first step. Thanks

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Originally Posted by natorus87 View Post
So i don't no why but this worked for me with the Softwareversion 7.2.2 !

Step 1 use this tool http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1886460 and use the normal method.
(the program will say that the process has not worked but this it all ok) now the Kindle is very slow
and the display is blinking.

Step 2 now you use the Quemu Method for the 7.2.1 version (http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1893838)

That was all and now you should have root!! n

PS: Sry for my english ^^
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Worked great! Had to do both steps. Does it matter that I now have both SuperSU and Superuser? Only have the option to remove superuser and not superSU.

Thanks again

Luis
That happen to me the first time I rooted just delete the superuser and your good.
 
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Hey, appreciate this, but when I click on your link it takes me to another xda page with several links. Nowhere does it show "step 1." Can you be kind enough to cut and paste the specific step? Thanks.

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I've tried downloading the link on page 1 but it fails to extract. What page is the link on because there are 131 pages in the thread and I can't find it. Thanks in advance.
 
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Default ADB not recognising device

For anyone else who may have had the same problem as me,

I had to move the ADB files over from the original SDK becuse the adb files within qemu and bin4ry's exploit didn't recognise my device.

The first part was easy, removed the adb file from binary's root and replaced it with the adb file from SDK.

The second part was not so easy.

I had to manually to the qemu root process by creating a new file. (The full cmd version is found here http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1893838)

I had to copy the adb file and the AdbWinApi.dll and AdbWinUsbApi.dll from the SDK into a new folder. the added the su and superuser.apk files into it aswell.

Hope this helps anyone else that had my problem!
 
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Worked like a charm.

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Now for Droidwall to stop this happening again........
 
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Hey,

I'm looking to purchase the Kindle fire HD 7 for my girlfriend. I'm going to be under the assumption it will be up to date or will automatically update to 7.2.2. So can I use these steps to root 7.2.2 or would I have to follow the steps for rooting 7.2.1 as shown here beforehand? http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1891939

Many thanks and well done to the community!
 
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Hey,

I'm looking to purchase the Kindle fire HD 7 for my girlfriend. I'm going to be under the assumption it will be up to date or will automatically update to 7.2.2. So can I use these steps to root 7.2.2 or would I have to follow the steps for rooting 7.2.1 as shown here beforehand? http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1891939

Many thanks and well done to the community!
No you should be able to just follow the steps in the Opening Post.

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