Recently we reported you about the release of software update Version 6.2.1 for Amazon Kindle Fire tablets. This new version has brought some new features such as improved touch navigation, WiFi passwords option. In addition to this feature amazon also patched the exploit found in previous version which allow users to easily root Kindle Fire. Therefore, users who have been upgraded to latest version 6.2.1 have lost the root.
Don’t worry guys because it didn’t take long for folks over Android Police and Rootzwiki to find a new exploit in latest version 6.2.1. They have released a new rooting tool called BurritoRoot which works for almost all versions released so far including the latest 6.2.1 software update. However, issues have been reported for users who are running Version 6.0 firmware.
PROCEDURE WE HAVE REFERRED IS ALL AT YOUR OWN RISK. KOOLMOBILE.NET WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE IF IT GETS FAILED OR CAUSED ANY DATA LOSS!!!!!
As a prerequisite to rooting the Fire, you’ll need to have ADB up and running on your PC.
1- Download Kindle Fire root tool from here.
2- Connect your Kindle Fire tablet with your PC.
3- Run the download root application and click “Root.”
4- With the help of command prompt, type:
5- Download Superuser tool from here and extract the zip folder.
6- Again with the help of command prompt, type the following commands:
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
Congratulation, your devices has been successfully rooted on 6.2.1 Firmware.
In case you have not understood the instructions then checkout the below mentioned video
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