Root for Kindle Fire – Kindle Fire is one of the most popular tablets today. In addition to an extraordinary e-book reading experience, the Android OS gives the Kindle Fire easier to play. As we all know, rooting is the first thing you want to try and do before modifying your own Android system. That makes you the main system administrator. But rooting is not an easy job, especially for Android specifically like Kindle Fire. So, here’s this article to show you how to root Kindle Fire in a simple way. Read and rooting your device! An example of this article uses Windows in the Kindle root.
How to Root on Kindle Fire
Go to Settings > More > Devices and make sure “Allow Application Installation” is checked “ON”.
Connect the Kindle Fire to your computer via a micro-USB cable. And press “Disconnect” to turn off the USB disk drive mode.
Download KindleFireRoot.zip and unzip it to the root directory of your hard disk like c:\KindleFireRoot.
Open a command prompt by typing “cmd” under Start-> Search.
Explore the Kindle Fire Root directory by typing: cd\KindleFireRoot\file
Then Type: adb device
You won’t see anything so you have to install the driver. Open the Device Manager under Control Panel > Hardware and Sound.
Double click on the Kindle and Update driver.
Select “Browse my computer for driver software”.
Select this command.
Select “Show All Devices”.
Select “Have Disk”.
Go find the file android_winusb.inf under the KindleRootFire\usb_driver directory.
Select “Install this driver software”.
You will now see “ADB Android Interface”.
Next go back to Control Panel and select “Appearance and Personalization”.
Select “Show hidden files and folders”.
Make sure “Show hidden files, folders, or drives” is checked.
Next go to the usb_driver folder in the KindleFireRoot folder and do right-click > Copy at adb_usb.ini.
Browse your Users directory, for me it’s under c:\Users\max.
Browse to the .android directory and right-click > Paste.
Return to the command prompt and type: adb kill-server
Then: adb device
You have to get lots of numbers and letters, that’s your Kindle Fire’s serial number and you’re ready to root.
Type:cd .. then type: runme.bat
Your Kindle Fire must be restarted and must be rooted.
You can verify that you have the SuperUser application by going to Settings > More > Applications > All Applications.
Congrats, Your Kindle has been rooted.
That was an article about how to root the Kindle Fire. If you have questions, please write in the comments column. Thanks for visiting.