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[ONE-CLICK] Automated Freedom-Boot and TWRP installer

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22nd February 2013, 02:39 AM   |  #131  
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Cheers Joe, that worked brilliantly. I now have TWRP on my Kindle. Thanks a bunch for your help mate.

Me too! Success first time here, thanks very much fmkilo.

From a 10.2.6 factory install, I used bin4ry's root script - took a few goes to get it going right (installed SDK and plugged in, device showed as "Kindle"; then installed Kindle HD ADB driver and device shows up as Android Composite ADB Device) and I had to kill the adb.exe process which the SDK installed and had running in the background. I DIDN'T need to elevate UAC privileges; indeed if I did that I just got path errors with the script. Local user privileges are all it needs, it seems.

I then used the cordless (wireless) APK install method, I thought it hadn't worked as the device booted, but I kept on seeing brief flashes of the Kindle bootscreen on top of the UI (which did respond, although very laggily). Seems this was just part of the rooting though as I left it for a minute or two and eventually the MS-DOS prompt reported success. The KF2 rebooted, and I got the blue logo bootscreen as expected. The device then booted into stock ROM perfectly.

My PC then took a little bit longer than usual for the device to show up again as an Android Composite ADB device, but it did happen eventually (a couple of minutes after booting).
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24th February 2013, 12:15 AM   |  #132  
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Please help. Used the one-click to install, had issues with my computer finding the Kindle. I restarted the Kindle, however, now the Kindle immediately shuts down when I attach any USB cable (wall cord, factory USB, or USB). I am able to power up only when the USB cable is not attached to the Kindle. Has anyone seen this before? What can I do to fix this?

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24th February 2013, 03:42 PM   |  #133  
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Will this work on Kindle Fire HD 7 inch? I like the app I did two Kindle Fire 2 with it. made it very easy.

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27th February 2013, 12:51 AM   |  #134  
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having a issue rooting my KF2.
Installed -Bin4ry's Root and seemed to do ok
I now have a superuser icon on my kindle
but when installing -QemuRoot
I get errors saying its a read only disk error writing to SD card

I went through and tried several times and had the same issue.
i am assuming its rooted because the icon is there.
but I cant go to the amazon app store and download root checker because i have a bad esn
9th March 2013, 08:07 PM   |  #135  
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Is my KF death ?
I downloaded the apk and installed it. it reboot and he shows the orange logo and then a flicker and nothing else.
Sometimes a flickering line...


my kindle is - Amazon Kindle Fire HD X43Z60 16GB WiFi 7"

cannot connect to my pc...

help needed plase !
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I downloaded the apk and installed it. it reboot and he shows the orange logo and then a flicker and nothing else.
Sometimes a flickering line...


my kindle is - Amazon Kindle Fire HD X43Z60 16GB WiFi 7"

cannot connect to my pc...

help needed plase !

This is for the Kindle fire 2 NOT HD!!!

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This is for the Kindle fire 2 NOT HD!!!

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ok,

i understand that now. So how can i un-brick my device ?
10th March 2013, 02:08 PM   |  #138  
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ok,

i understand that now. So how can i un-brick my device ?

Post your question in the kindle fire HD section. The people there can help you better...

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12th March 2013, 03:33 AM   |  #139  
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Post your question in the kindle fire HD section. The people there can help you better...

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or fastboot...
18th March 2013, 08:13 AM   |  #140  
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This might be the most pathetically coded batch file I have ever seen. First of all, linux, doesn't interpret 'backslashes' as paths, second of all moutning system should be mount -o remount,rw -t ext4 /system /system, then do the same for sdcard. Seriously, this thing could be a deathtrap.

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