Few months back Amazon released its small sized tablet known as Kindle Fire. Kindle Fire is a small handy tablet which is small in size and easy to use. The device is said to run Android OS on the tablet. When the Kindle Fire was released, it was said to be an iPad killer. When the comparison between the specs of iPad and Kindle Fire was done, the results showed that the Kindle Fire was in no comparison with the Apple’s Magical Device (iPad) and Kindle Fire couldn’t meet the sales of iPad.

Any how, the Kindle Fire and iPad are of no comparison with each other but at some area they meet each other. The area at both of the devices meet each other is the same. The area is not of any technical, specs or design. The area where not only they both but all the Devices present out there meet each other is Rooting/Jailbreaking/Hacking. All the Devices present out there are Jailbreaked/Hacked/Rooted to put on third party Apps on it and allow you to use those features which the manufactures never putted on or have planned so far.

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If you are a proud owner of Kindle Fire and need to root it, in order to gain access of your Device. So get ready to follow the steps. Before we proceed on with the steps, make sure that you download ADB from here because we will be needing it in the end of the tutorial.

Steps to follow:

Step 1: 

Download RootzWiki and Android Police’s root tool from here.

Step 2:

Connect your Kindle Fire with your PC.

Step 3:

Launch the root tool and click on Root.

Step 4:

Using a command prompt, type:

adb root

Step 5:

Download Superuser from here and extract its contents.

Step 6:

Once again, using a command prompt, type the following commands:

adb remount

adb push su /system/xbin/su

adb shell chown 0.0 /system/xbin/su

adb shell chmod 06755 /system/xbin/su

adb install com.noshufou.android.su-1.apk

adb reboot

If you have followed the steps properly, you will be rooted on your Kindle Fire in no time. If you need more fine tutorial, you can see the video below and root your Kindle Fire more easily.

Video:

After rooting your Kindle Fire, you might loose connectivity Amazon’s service. In order to gain it back, you can simply use the tool to unroot it.

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