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[Hack] Kindle Guide for Transformation to Android Tablet

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19th December 2012, 11:42 PM   |  #11  
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See nobody addresses the dang issue I been having

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20th December 2012, 02:43 AM   |  #12  
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See nobody addresses the dang issue I been having

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hey pal, no sure what to tell ya, start from the beginning?

make sure you have the adb drivers on your computer and the right components to run some commands manually on adb - establish if its connecting

remember to have usb debugging enabled and allow Instalation of applications from unknown sources

change the order of the steps. Try Qemu first, then the RoottMANYDROID , and Qemu again
RootManyAndroid didnt work the first time, but it did the second time i tried it.

This guide should work - im pretty sure you have to use a tool to root the kidle HD, thats how i did it twice already.
here:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=35156970

good luck, sometimes takes persistence
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20th December 2012, 03:00 AM   |  #13  
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I can't image that I am going anything wrong but I can't get this to work.
I have a new Kindle Fire HD7 with 10.2.4 software on it.

Here is the log I get from D:\Root_with_Restore_by_Bin4ry_v17\runme.bat

I am starting to think Amazon has locked the device down.

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================================================== ====================
= This script will root your Android phone with adb restore function =
= Script by Bin4ry (thanks to Goroh_kun and tkymgr for the idea) =
= Idea for Tablet S from Fi01_IS01 =
= (22.11.2012) v17 =
================================================== ====================

Device type:
1) Normal
2) Special (for example: Sony Tablet S, Medion Lifetab)

x) Unroot

Make a choice: 1
Checking if i should run in Normal Mode or special Sony Mode
Please connect your device with USB-Debugging enabled now
* daemon not running. starting it now on port 5037 *
* daemon started successfully *
remote object '/system/app/Backup-Restore.apk' does not exist
remote object '/system/bin/ric' does not exist
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Normal Mode enabled!
.

Pushing busybox....
failed to copy 'stuff/busybox' to '/data/local/tmp/./busybox': Permission denied

Pushing su binary ....
failed to copy 'stuff/su' to '/data/local/tmp/./su': Permission denied
Pushing Superuser app
failed to copy 'stuff/Superuser.apk' to '/data/local/tmp/./Superuser.apk': Permi
ssion denied
Making busybox runable ...
Unable to chmod /data/local/tmp/busybox: No such file or directory
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Now unlock your device and confirm the restore operation.
Please look at your device and click RESTORE!
If all is successful i will tell you, if not this shell will run forever.
Running ...

I am not a fully skilled developer, I just gattered bits and pieces and learn how to use them. From what I gather looks like you have a comunications issue. This is a Kindle Fire 2 forum I dont have a Kindle 7 HD to trouble shoot your issue. I what I recommend is to factory restore your Kindle Fire and reinstall any driver in you pc and retry. Apart from that I advise to keep trying Kindle 7 HD forum, Sorry
20th December 2012, 03:10 AM   |  #14  
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I'm getting this same thing dude and it's really frickin pissin me off! I've posted the issue in like EVERY kindle fire 2 thread and no real help maaaan wth Can someone please give a explanation (in english) I mean I thank the person for making this guide it does help putting all the info on rooting the kf2 in one place its just that one little prob and I bet I'll be good to go

Sorry if I am a bit late on my response I work a full time job. If you have the same Issue I recommend the same treatment. Looks like a connection issue. Factory reset your Kindle Fire 2 Gen and reinstall kindle drivers.

What OS version are you running on your kindle?
What OS version are you running on your PC?
20th December 2012, 05:28 PM   |  #15  
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nice Tut.

The only thing missing is a list of Amazon apps that can by deleted/moved without problems.

My Kindle have after root and install a new Launcher, over 20 Amazon apps.

I think most o then can by deleted/moved.


Flash player installation tutorial would be very nice..
There are plenty of other streaming sites except Youtube they need flash player.
21st December 2012, 02:11 AM   |  #16  
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nice Tut.


Flash player installation tutorial would be very nice..
There are plenty of other streaming sites except Youtube they need flash player.

Install it through aptoide. Look for it in play market.
Install it from the installer and you can delete it after, aptoide app will stay. It won't have many apps as you need to add repos, which happen automatically like this.
In aptoide, search for "Adobe flash"
Will return nothing but you have a button to search on the web
From that page, select Adobe flash and select install.
A file will be downloaded which if you select from the pull down status bar, will start the installation.
You will also be asked if you want to add the repository.

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21st December 2012, 08:24 PM   |  #17  
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Thanks for all the great information. I followed your steps and was able to root the kindle fire second generation running the 10.2.4 update.

Only one problem, the Amazon kindle reader does not work if I start it from the Apex launcher (tried other launchers as well), but it still works through the stock launcher. Just wondering if anyone knew a workaround?

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21st December 2012, 09:15 PM   |  #18  
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1st off Thanks for the Guide
I was able to root my kindle that runs 10.2.4 but I am now stuck with no solution
My Kindle is brand spanking new and matter of fact it still has the plastic on it
This is a Christmas present for my brother.
So I never registered it with amazon in regards to buying anything from the app store.
After rooting it I tried to register with the Amazon store so I can install a file manager so I can install the Google apks
but Amazon will not let me register as I always get an error message when i try to log in.
I am assuming I cant log in because of the Root.
Is there any other way to get around this so I can install the apk's

Google services framework apk
Google Play store apk
Google youtube apk
Google chrome apk
22nd December 2012, 02:25 AM   |  #19  
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Thanks for all the great information. I followed your steps and was able to root the kindle fire second generation running the 10.2.4 update.

Only one problem, the Amazon kindle reader does not work if I start it from the Apex launcher (tried other launchers as well), but it still works through the stock launcher. Just wondering if anyone knew a workaround?

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This is an easy thing to fix. Go to system/app and cut move kindleforoter apk to another folder, and reboot your kindle fire 2 and install kindle app from the the Play Store. Have fun and Enjoy your reading
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22nd December 2012, 02:41 AM   |  #20  
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1st off Thanks for the Guide
I was able to root my kindle that runs 10.2.4 but I am now stuck with no solution
My Kindle is brand spanking new and matter of fact it still has the plastic on it
This is a Christmas present for my brother.
So I never registered it with amazon in regards to buying anything from the app store.
After rooting it I tried to register with the Amazon store so I can install a file manager so I can install the Google apks
but Amazon will not let me register as I always get an error message when i try to log in.
I am assuming I cant log in because of the Root.
Is there any other way to get around this so I can install the apk's

Google services framework apk
Google Play store apk
Google youtube apk
Google chrome apk

This is weird root should not do that to your kindle....try to factory restore your kindle and try to log in. I will be checking every few hours for your feedback so your brother can have a wonderfull Christmas gift

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