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[BACKUP][RECOVERY] Kindle Fire HD and 2 First Aide Software - Noob (Simple) Version

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8th January 2018, 01:11 PM |#3601  
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I guess not... ive been trying to unbrick my kindle all night.
20th January 2018, 07:58 PM |#3602  
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Unbricked mine
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Originally Posted by whereismyhat

I guess not... ive been trying to unbrick my kindle all night.

Not sure if you were able to solve your brick, but I was able to unbrick mine (bricked last night) using the information on this page: http://androidcowboy.com/2013/07/how...indle-fire-hd/

The instructions did not work for me as given. In order to boot into stock Fire OS, I also had to use option 3 to rewrite the stock recovery and boot. After following the guide and using option 3, I have stock Kindle again. Now I just need to get TWRP back so I can put on a custom ROM.
2nd January 2020, 06:31 PM |#3603  
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Not sure if you were able to solve your brick, but I was able to unbrick mine (bricked last night) using the information on this page: http://androidcowboy.com/2013/07/how...indle-fire-hd/

The instructions did not work for me as given. In order to boot into stock Fire OS, I also had to use option 3 to rewrite the stock recovery and boot. After following the guide and using option 3, I have stock Kindle again. Now I just need to get TWRP back so I can put on a custom ROM.

Did you get anywhere with this? I'm stuck on a boot loop after unsuccessful install of freedom-boot-10.4.6, u-boot-prod and TWRP from fastboot after rooting the 10.5.1 Fire OS
5th January 2020, 04:51 PM |#3604  
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Did you get anywhere with this? I'm stuck on a boot loop after unsuccessful install of freedom-boot-10.4.6, u-boot-prod and TWRP from fastboot after rooting the 10.5.1 Fire OS

Yes, just follow the instructions in the link in my post. I had to use option 3 instead of 1 (like I said in the post) but my Kindle has been working and is still going.
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