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[ROOT] [How To] Root Amazon 7" Kindle Fire HD Version 7.4.7

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5th July 2013, 01:24 AM   |  #1  
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I'll Show You How To Root Your Amazon 7" Kindle Fire HD In Version 7.4.7 (This Also Works For Older Versions) With The Bin4ry Method.

Step By Step Instructions:

- Step 1: Download The Root_with_Restore_by_Bin4ry_v33.zip.

- Step 2: Extract The File.

- Step 3: This Step Is Very Important. Uninstall Any Drivers You Have For The Kindle Fire HD. Connect Your Kindle To The PC Via USB. Press The Windows Start Button And Search "Device Manager" Go to >Portable Devices. "Right Click" On Kindle And Choose "Properties". Go to "Driver" and Click "Uninstall". Then Unplug the Kindle From the PC.

- Step 4: Now Download And Install Kindle Fire ADB Drivers. (Dropox Link) (Google Drive Link)

- Step 5: Now On your Kindle Fire HD Go To "Settings" Then >Security. Mark "Enable ADB" - ON.
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- Step 6: Connect The Kindle Fire HD To The PC Via USB. Wait Till Automatic Installation Completes And Kindle is Recognized.

- Step 7: Navigate To The Folder Where You Extracted The Bin4ry Method And "Double Click" the "RunMe.bat" File And Choose Option 1.
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- Step 8: On The Kindle Fire HD Select The Option "Backup My Data" And Wait Till The Backup Completes (When The Backup Completes, On The Computer Press Any Key). Then Select The Option "Restore My Data" (This Will Not Erase Any Data Or Files) And Wait Till The Restore Completes (When The Restore Completes, On The Computer Press Any Key).
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- Step 9: Your Device Will Reboot. When The Kindle Boot The First Time (It Will Be Sluggish), Unlock It And Wait The Other Reboot.

- Step 10: When Your Device Boot Select Select The Option "Restore My Data" Once Again (This Will Not Erase Any Data Or Files) And Wait Till The Restore Completes (When The Restore Completes, On The Computer Press Any Key). Your Device Will Reboot Once Again.
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- Step 11: When Your Device Boot, Unlock Your Device And Go To "Apps Drawer", You Should See The "Superuser" App.
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You're Done!
Now Your Amazon Kindle Fire HD Has Root Access.
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5th July 2013, 04:11 AM   |  #2  
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I had a rooted 7.4.2 having used Bin4ry the first time. I was sure I had disabled OTA updates. Anyway I now have 7.4.3 unrooted.

Is it safe to use this method in the above scenario or is it for vanilla unrooted 7.4.3 machines that weren't prior rooted ?

thanks in advance
5th July 2013, 04:29 AM   |  #3  
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It's Safe
Yeah It's Safe. Use The Las Version Of The Bin4ry Method
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23rd July 2013, 06:02 AM   |  #4  
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Keep getting the same error message
I keep getting this message while running Bin4ry "RunMe"

"could not find C:\User\Home\Download\Root_with_Restore_by_Bin4ry_ v31\ric"

Anyone know what this error message means? I am trying to root a kindle Fire HD with 7.4.3. All other steps go as described until It resets and I unlock it the first time. Then the error message comes onto the cmd.exe

Any help would be appreciated.
23rd July 2013, 02:47 PM   |  #5  
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Originally Posted by avmann11011

I keep getting this message while running Bin4ry "RunMe"

"could not find C:\User\Home\Download\Root_with_Restore_by_Bin4ry_ v31\ric"

Anyone know what this error message means? I am trying to root a kindle Fire HD with 7.4.3. All other steps go as described until It resets and I unlock it the first time. Then the error message comes onto the cmd.exe

Any help would be appreciated.

I've used this on a Kindle Fire HD 7* with 7.4.3 as well. I assume you chose option #1, New Standard root?

It looks like it gets stuck when it tries to delete the non-existent ric file (towards the end of the batch file under the "newstandard" section). It should just continue onwards though. Does the batch file kick you back out into the command prompt directly?

Another thing to try - I don't think this is necessary, but it's easy enough to try - run the batch file as Windows administrator.
26th July 2013, 05:43 AM   |  #6  
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once i root my 7.4.3 kindle, i can flash any rom? also do i need to do the Bootloader + TWRP things?
26th July 2013, 09:56 AM   |  #7  
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once i root my 7.4.3 kindle, i can flash any rom? also do i need to do the Bootloader + TWRP things?

Once you root your Kindle, you can install things like the Google Apps framework and the Google Play store, which gives you access to a large number of other applications.

However, you'd still need to separately flash the bootloader and TWRP if you wish to install secondary ROMs. For those steps, please see the individual threads. Make sure you've made backups of your existing factory ROMs (system.img, boot.img, and recovery.img) and pick up a factory cable (aka fastboot)...
2nd August 2013, 01:32 PM   |  #8  
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I can't make it work
Hey,

I cannot make it work. I tried from two different computers and I keep getting this error message, please help it's a Kindle Fire HD 7" firmware 7.4.3


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Quote:
Originally Posted by RCamacho50

You Can Root Your Amazon 7" Kindle Fire HD In Version 7.4.3 With The Bin4ry Method.

Step By Step Instructions:

- Step 1: Download The Attachment 2092604.

- Step 2: Extract The File.

- Step 3: This Step Is Very Important. Uninstall Any Drivers You Have For The Kindle Fire HD. Connect Your Kindle To The PC Via USB. Press The Windows Start Button And Search "Device Manager" Go to >Portable Devices. "Right Click" On Kindle And Choose "Properties". Go to "Driver" and Click "Uninstall". Then Unplug the Kindle From the PC.

- Step 4: Now Download And Install Kindle Fire ADB Drivers. (Dropox Link) (Google Drive Link)

- Step 5: Now On your Kindle Fire HD Go To "Settings" Then >Security. Mark "Enable ADB" - ON.
Attachment 2095941

- Step 6: Connect The Kindle Fire HD To The PC Via USB. Wait Till Automatic Installation Completes And Kindle is Recognized.

- Step 7: Navigate To The Folder Where You Extracted The Bin4ry Method And "Double Click" the "RunMe.bat" File And Choose Option 1.
Attachment 2118382

- Step 8: On The Kindle Fire HD Select The Option "Backup My Data" And Wait Till The Backup Completes (When The Backup Completes, On The Computer Press Any Key). Then Select The Option "Restore My Data" (This Will Not Erase Any Data Or Files) And Wait Till The Restore Completes (When The Restore Completes, On The Computer Press Any Key).
Attachment 2095943 Attachment 2095944

- Step 9: Your Device Will Reboot 2 Times.

- Step 10: When Your Device Boot Select Select The Option "Restore My Data" Once Again (This Will Not Erase Any Data Or Files) And Wait Till The Restore Completes (When The Restore Completes, On The Computer Press Any Key). Your Device Will Reboot Once Again.
Attachment 2095944

- Step 11: When Your Device Boot, Unlock Your Device And Go To "Apps Drawer", You Should See The "Superuser" App.
Attachment 2095946

You're Done!
Now Your Amazon Kindle Fire HD Has Root Access.

3rd August 2013, 11:34 AM   |  #9  
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nice, thanks for the guide!
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5th August 2013, 10:12 PM   |  #10  
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Thanks a lot it worked without any issue.

Cheers Fidi

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