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[Q] Kindle Fire HD 7' 2013 model stuck at boot logo

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By davethebrave14, Member on 13th February 2014, 02:02 PM
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So well recently i had been messing around with my kindle fire hd running 11.3 firmware and bricked it by messing with the system. I am currently stuck on the kf bootlogo every time i power on. i have purchased a factory cable from ebay, and when i plugged it into my pc it went straight into fastboot. im not really sure on what to do now. tried so many forums but nothing seems to work. please someone help me to restore to stock firmware or unbrick it. please guyss! will be so grateful!

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13th February 2014, 08:48 PM |#2  
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You need to flash a system image to it to fix it, unfortunately I don't know where to get hold of a 2013 one, but it should be fixable. The 2012 images wouldn't be compatible so don't bother with trying them.

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14th February 2014, 07:20 AM |#3  
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You need to flash a system image to it to fix it, unfortunately I don't know where to get hold of a 2013 one, but it should be fixable. The 2012 images wouldn't be compatible so don't bother with trying them.

Thanks for the really quick reply, but can you please guide me on how to do this?
Thanks so much!
14th February 2014, 07:32 AM |#4  
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Thanks for the really quick reply, but can you please guide me on how to do this?
Thanks so much!

You would run something like this
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fastboot -i 0x1949 flash boot stock-boot.img
fastboot -i 0x1949 flash recovery stock-recovery.img
fastboot -i 0x1949 flash system stock-system.img
but you will need the images and the fastboot command.
15th February 2014, 03:55 AM |#5  
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You would run something like this

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fastboot -i 0x1949 flash boot stock-boot.img
fastboot -i 0x1949 flash recovery stock-recovery.img
fastboot -i 0x1949 flash system stock-system.img
but you will need the images and the fastboot command.

Thanks again man, but can you please provide the images and the commands, cant seem to find them anywhere. when you mean run the code, you mean using terminal right? sorry for all the hassle, kinda new to this whole rooting thing.
ps; will i be able to use KFFAIDE to help me? everytime i run a command, it says "device not reccognized" and similar quotes.

thanks mate for the help!
15th February 2014, 10:54 AM |#6  
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As far as I know kffa doesn't support the new HD model, and I don't know where to get images for it. If someone else with a rooted device would simply just dd a copy of their system partition and host it, it would be very useful... And yes you run it from a terminal/command prompt.

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15th February 2014, 01:21 PM |#7  
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As far as I know kffa doesn't support the new HD model, and I don't know where to get images for it. If someone else with a rooted device would simply just dd a copy of their system partition and host it, it would be very useful... And yes you run it from a terminal/command prompt.

So that means I would have to wait a while for someone to do a copy? that would be in, say a few months right?
15th February 2014, 03:36 PM |#8  
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As far as I know kffa doesn't support the new HD model, and I don't know where to get images for it. If someone else with a rooted device would simply just dd a copy of their system partition and host it, it would be very useful... And yes you run it from a terminal/command prompt.

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With the number of bricks this device has had, I'm suprised no one has done this already. If only I could get my hands on my mom's KFHD 2013..

>>>Sent from my homebuilt TARDIS running Android 4.4... or maybe it's a rooted Kindle Fire HD running CyanogenMod 11<<<
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