After 6.2.1 Update, Amazon’s Kindle Fire Re-Rooted


After the latest update broke the root method established for the Amazon Kindle Fire, it was back to square one. For some this meant having to decide between the officially updated software or the older (but more open) rooted version. If the decision was causing fits for some, they can put their minds at ease. The 6.2.1 update has been cracked and root is once again attainable on the latest version of the Amazon Kindle Fire firmware. Head on over to the source link below to get all the info and an easy one-click method to get the job done.

[via Rootzwiki]

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  1. Does anyone know how to maintain access to Amazon videos with root?

    1. I don’t have a Kindle Fire, but I recall reading that there’s an app that temporarily unroots so you can use Amazon video.  Do a little googling, I’m sure you’ll find it.

    2. otarootkeeper app available on the Android Market. Just hit the “temporary unroot” button and you can use all of Amazon’s services like free Prime streaming videos. Then you just hit the “reRoot button when you need root again. It’s great!

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