THIS DOES NOT WORK ON NEW 2018 MODELS.
You can use this method in any tools or scripts, but you must add a link to this thread in these threads, videos, etc.
This is a guide on how to disable system apps on 7th Generation or older Fire tablets.
This guide *should* work in theory for every Fire tablet, in every version, but I only tried this is my HD 8, version 18.104.22.168.
(Also the "pm hide" command does not just hide the app, it is almost completely identical to "pm disable", only the system interprets it differently. So, yes, you will notice a good increase in performance after you do this!)
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--You'll require a PC with ADB installed.--
1.) I attached an APK for "Amazon Facebook Share" below,(edit: it is not displaying properly in this thread, see post #1) install it with ADB, or copy it into the device and install it manually.
3.) Now open the command prompt, and type:
adb shell run-as com.amazon.unifiedsharefacebook id
5.) So, it looks like that this sheet works well.
SORRY, CURRENTLY THE SEMI AUTO METHOD IS BROKEN, I'LL TRY TO FIX IT.
1.) Download the attached .ZIP and extract it, see post #30.
2.) Run the batch file, (it will reboot your device).
3.) Now continue the step #3 from above.
If you try to access a disabled app, it will show an annoying warning, (like accessing "System Updates" in Device Options after disabling OTA)
The requested action is not permitted. Check Parental Controls settings and retry.
Good Luck with disabling, and don't disable critical parts!