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[Q] stuck KF2 on Blue Kindle Fire or on Your kindle device cannot boot! HELP

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12th October 2013, 10:57 PM   |  #1  
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hi every body
i have KF2 and i try root and install TWRP on it
im on 10.4.6 on my kindle

1- root my device
2-reboot in fastboot and install TWRP
3- blue kindle fire successfully install

now after reboot my device when normal boot goes to "Your kindle device cannot boot" screen and when i factory defualt back to this screen
and when my kindle boot up goes to recovery, my device stuck on kindle fire blue and do not any thing

when this happend.. when i turn of my device and turn on when cable in my device can go to fastboot but i flash otter2-u-boot-prod-10.2.4.bin and now when my device turn on when in cable cant access to fastboot

my device is on Your kindle device cannot boot screen when normal boot or stuck on kindle fire blue when go to recovery

how can fix it?! help plz

sorry for my bad english
12th October 2013, 11:02 PM   |  #2  
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I didn't have to reboot to fast boot to install TWRP. I just downloaded the apk from here http://teamw.in/project/twrp2/79 and installed it from es file explorer

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12th October 2013, 11:43 PM   |  #3  
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now can i do?!
13th October 2013, 10:00 PM   |  #4  
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any one help me?!
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any one help me?!

Do you have a factory cable?
20th October 2013, 06:41 PM   |  #6  
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Do you have a factory cable?

yes i have factory cable in my box.. do u know any way?!
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Get into Fastboot with whatever, uninstall Kindle drivers, reinstall, and do your own recovery stuff.
21st October 2013, 11:50 AM   |  #8  
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If by "cable in my box" you mean the one that came with the kindle, that is not a factory cable, I believe the full name is Motorola factory programming cable, I just call it a fastboot cable since you plug it in and the device goes straight into fastboot. You may not need one if the logo turns blue even if you don't have the recovery partition flashed, in my experience, once second boot loader is installed it acts a lot like the 8.9" boot loader in the way we can get it into fastboot without a fastboot cable. If your PC makes a connect and disconnect sound when you plug your kindle in and it powers on to the blue logo, check the device manager to make sure the device is not appearing as otter2 with an yellow triangle, if it is they to update the drivers with the ones in my signature. I suggest downloading and cding (from a command prompt) into kindle fire first aid's directory and running
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fastboot -i 0x1949 getvar product
with the device off and unplugged, once fastboot says waiting for device, plug the kindle in and let it power on and if all goes well it will go into fastboot, and from there I think kffa can reflash the partitions. If after attempting to get into fastboot with above method and failing you will need to order a fastboot cable.

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24th October 2013, 12:16 AM   |  #9  
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If by "cable in my box" you mean the one that came with the kindle, that is not a factory cable, I believe the full name is Motorola factory programming cable, I just call it a fastboot cable since you plug it in and the device goes straight into fastboot. You may not need one if the logo turns blue even if you don't have the recovery partition flashed, in my experience, once second boot loader is installed it acts a lot like the 8.9" boot loader in the way we can get it into fastboot without a fastboot cable. If your PC makes a connect and disconnect sound when you plug your kindle in and it powers on to the blue logo, check the device manager to make sure the device is not appearing as otter2 with an yellow triangle, if it is they to update the drivers with the ones in my signature. I suggest downloading and cding (from a command prompt) into kindle fire first aid's directory and running

Code:
fastboot -i 0x1949 getvar product
with the device off and unplugged, once fastboot says waiting for device, plug the kindle in and let it power on and if all goes well it will go into fastboot, and from there I think kffa can reflash the partitions. If after attempting to get into fastboot with above method and failing you will need to order a fastboot cable.

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i use your driver and can access to fastboot then i flash 10.2.3 with 3 file in fastboot to bootup my device... but when reboot my device cant boot and have tringle red logo and i dont have blue kindle fire logo... now what can i do to boot my device.. more time i do reset factory but dont change any thing and i have tringle red logo
24th October 2013, 04:33 AM   |  #10  
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Odd, sound alike you will need a fastboot cable this time around and you need to reflash the system image again I think, maybe the last one had a bad md5sum or something.

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