awesome work op!
Sent from my Kindle Fire using xda premium
Alright. Let me guide you through this...
-Download the attachment I provide below and place it in somewhere you KNOW where you can find it easily. (I placed it in C:\android-sdk-windows\extras\google\usb_driver(I would recommend doing the same))
-Go to device manager
-right click on the exclamation mark kindle.
-Choose update driver software
-choose browse my computer for driver software
-choose let me pick from a list of devices on my computer
-Then select have disk
-Then select browse
-direct to where you downloaded the usb driver i attached
-Select okay and okay
Following this, two things happen. If I download the file from this post and attempt to install it, I receive an error stating Windows could not find files. If I install from the driver included in the OP, it's successful. However, ADB still does not recognize the device, and the Kindle Fire Utility returns an error: device not found.
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