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I just picked up an open-boxed Fire HDX 7" tablet for a bargain. It is running 13.3.2.1 and I am wondering if someone could break down my open-source OS options. I have previously enjoyed CM on a nexus 7. From my limited research it looks like ...
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Yes you can ignore that, TWRP is safe to install below 3.2.4, at least proven from 3.1.0 to 3.2.3.2, thus rooting and installing TWRP are the way to go. The correct links to the unlock procedure are here and here, probably needed Windows drivers h...
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But, CM12.1 requires an unlocked bootloader as well, from what I read in the official thread. My bootloader is not currently unlocked, I'm running Safestrap. I deleted FireOS entirely - about ten minutes worth of playing around were sufficient ...
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I don' know what you're up to, on 3.2.4 I'd suggest to downgrade to 3.1.0, install TWRP, update the bootloader to 3.2.3.2, unlock the bootloader. and use ROM of your choice. 3.2.8 would remove this option - probably forever. You can NOT downgrade ...
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Yes, but actually you can install TWRP after downgrading to 3.1.0 already. And it's recommended (i.e. not mandatory) to update to 3.2.3.2 (can be done from TWRP, it's also possible to update the 3.2.3.2 bootloader only). Be sure to re-root if you ...