A couple of days ago, Amazon has started selling the new Amazon Kindle Fire HDs, and the refreshed Kindle Fire (that’s 2nd gen) tablets. For your information, both these tablets are shipping with locked bootloaders. Thus, you won’t be able to install custom ROMs on these devices. But, we’ve good news for you. The Kindle Fire HD 7 already rooted and here we’ll tell you how to do it. Thanks to Android Police, for making this happen.
So, if you ready to make root your Kindle Fire HD 7 tablet? Let’s get started.
Users are required to download SU from this link (zip files weighs in 1.3MB of size).
First unzip the downloaded zip file, get SU from /system/bin/ and Superuser.apk from /system/app/ and put them in your current directory.
Once, you’ve done the above task, plug your Kindle Fire HD tablet into your PC and type the following commands in Command prompt:
ln -s /data/ /data/local/tmp
echo ‘ro.kernel.qemu=1′ > /data/local.prop
adb shell mount -o remount,rw /system
adb push su /system/xbin/su
chown 0.0 /system/xbin/su
chmod 06755 /system/xbin/su
adb install Superuser.apk
That’s it! Enjoy your newly rooted Kindle Fire HD 7-incher.
Via: Android Police
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