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fortunz

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Not just as you have to have other apps from the package too to make it work.

Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using xda premium

I'm aware of the collection of apks involved, but you had just been looking to see if there was a new version over what was posted last year. Did you find a new version of the player? I'd look myself, but I honestly don't know what to do with a .bin archive.
 

armisis

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I'm aware of the collection of apks involved, but you had just been looking to see if there was a new version over what was posted last year. Did you find a new version of the player? I'd look myself, but I honestly don't know what to do with a .bin archive.

No luck finding it yet..

Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using xda premium
 
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    ^^^
    Make it so we can read amazon prime books on our Galaxy tabs. Simmer down a little.

    Its been four and half months. I think he's cooled off by now. :rolleyes:
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    If someone has a Linux PC and a KF and wants to help the cause for rooting, do this:

    -Turn off your KF completely
    -Plug a micro USB cable into your PC but NOT YET into the Kindle
    -Open a terminal as root
    -Cut n' paste the following and hit enter:

    Code:
    while sleep 0.1; do lsusb | grep 0451; done

    -Now plug the KF in. It should power on normally
    -If you see any output, paste it here
    -Now leave the cable plugged in and hold the power button down for 30 seconds, let go, then press it again for 1 second
    -Paste any additional output here
    -If you still see nothing, the KF probably can't boot over USB
    -Close the window or ctrl-c to stop the loop
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    I'm not getting any output :(

    I'm in #xda-devs on freenode if you want to try other ideas.

    ---------- Post added at 06:14 PM ---------- Previous post was at 05:42 PM ----------

    While booting, I see device ID 1949:0005 for a few seconds, and then device ID 1949:0006.

    Didn't see anything else pop up...
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    try this to get adb to see it

    1. On the Kindle Fire Settings screen, go to "Device" and turn On "Allow Installation of Application From Unknown Sources"
    2. Plug your Kindle Fire into your PC.
    3. Open C:\Users\[YOUR USER NAME]\.android\adb_usb.ini with your favorite text editor
    4. Add the value "0x1949" to the end of the file and save it.
    5. You'll need to restart the adb server process to get it to re-read that file. Do that with "adb kill-server".
    6. Run "adb devices" and you should see the attached device.
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    I guess there is no need for dumping the rom.

    You can download the software update here and gunzip it!

    http://www.amazon.com/gp/help/customer/display.html?nodeId=200790620#download

    You will end up with the whole system folder plus these files:

    backup_userdata.zip
    boot.img
    cert_swap.sed
    recovery.img
    sed
    u-boot.bin

    I would love to give a hand to see if custom ROM can be uploaded to the Kindle Fire but I don't know what could be the next step.

    C.