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[Q] Kindle Fire HD 7 possible brick???

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By baxxik, Junior Member on 10th December 2012, 11:41 AM
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Good day!

Kindle Fire HD 7 7.2.2 was succesfully rooted through Qemu
After that start the Root Explorer and frozen some programs from Amazon
After Root explorer closed - system wrote that the application is not responding and offered either wait or force close.
Waited about 5 minutes and then forcibly closed.

The tablet is rebooted and it now shows a picture Kindle Fire, which is quickly poured color.

Tell me what to do? Can I fix something back?

Thanks in advance!
 
 
10th December 2012, 02:09 PM |#2  
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I believe that at this point, all you can do is put the tablet in Odin (fastboot) mode and flash a image containing the partitions. You'll have to Google to see if anyone has uploaded genetic partitions for the HD. The problem is that no one has come up with a working boot recovery that most other Android devices have that allow you to run a restore. I've seen several postings of developers working on this.

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10th December 2012, 02:28 PM |#3  
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I believe that at this point, all you can do is put the tablet in Odin (fastboot) mode and flash a image containing the partitions. You'll have to Google to see if anyone has uploaded genetic partitions for the HD. The problem is that no one has come up with a working boot recovery that most other Android devices have that allow you to run a restore. I've seen several postings of developers working on this.

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I understand that I need a cable factory, similar to Kindle Fire. The manual, which indicates how to make such a cable was told to solder one pin and 4-pin. After that, download the program from the subject http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1951254 and take a backup to 7.2.2, as of 7.2.1 is not suitable.

I understand you correctly? And if so, where to take a backup of 7.2.2?

Thanks in advance!
10th December 2012, 05:53 PM |#4  
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Arrow backup 7.2.2
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I understand that I need a cable factory, similar to Kindle Fire. The manual, which indicates how to make such a cable was told to solder one pin and 4-pin. After that, download the program from the subject http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1951254 and take a backup to 7.2.2, as of 7.2.1 is not suitable.

I understand you correctly? And if so, where to take a backup of 7.2.2?

Thanks in advance!

i have backup 7.2.2 for you, copy anh past in images folder and launch SR Tool.bat, chose 1..good luck..
http://sdrv.ms/TZ4pOG
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11th December 2012, 02:19 PM |#5  
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i have backup 7.2.2 for you, copy anh past in images folder and launch SR Tool.bat, chose 1..good luck..
http://sdrv.ms/TZ4pOG

Thank you very much for your help!
11th December 2012, 05:20 PM |#6  
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Please let us know if you were able to recover your HD with this image. Thanks.
12th December 2012, 03:07 AM |#7  
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Wat happen to kindle did work

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12th December 2012, 08:18 PM |#8  
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I'm the living testimonial and last survivor for this bricking journey. I had my device rooted on the second day that I got my KFHD, then bricked it and kept in the kindle fire bootloop for days.

I was a bit sceptical to buy a factory cable initially as I would have to wait for weeks over this part on earth. But after reading all the sources available online and I know this factory cable is unavoidable, I ordered, waited and received my factory cable and guess what, this is just like the immediate antidote given to the sleeping beauty, after I plugged in the factory cable and carefully followed the instructions by the seniors here, I unbricked my KFHD in 10 minutes.

My two-cents advice is, if you are adventurous type and plan to go wild with your KFHD, get your factory cable before anything else, then, you can experiment all the wonderful ideas/ modding here.

Good luck and have fun!

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15th December 2012, 02:58 AM |#9  
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Did you manage to restore the image? 7.2.2 Me too have this problem
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Arrow u cant help u
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Did you manage to restore the image? 7.2.2 Me too have this problem

your kindle had update 7.2.3???, if it's true, i think you will need 7.2.3 system.img image, i cant buckup for you, wait me...
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