I previously brought you the guide which showed the procedure involved in rooting Kindle Fire. But if you want to unroot Kindle Fire, then here is a guide which will help you do just that. This procedure is brought to you courtesy of XDA-Developers forum member “Zedomax”. This process requires the user to manually enter commands via ADB, but that isn’t as hard as it sounds. This unroot procedure will work for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X.
Disclaimer: Follow these instructions at your own risk. WML Cloud and it’s team members will not be responsible if your device gets damaged during the below mentioned process.
Step 1: Download and extract the ADB.zip package from the link given above.
Step 2: Open command prompt (Windows users) / Terminal (Mac OS X And Linux users) and navigate to the location of the folder.
Windows users will have to enter the following command in Command Prompt:
Command for Mac users:
Command for Linux users:
Step 3: Enter the following commands after entering ADB Shell:
mount -o rw,remount -t yaffs2 /dev/block/mtdblock3 /system rm /system/app/Superuser.apk rm /system/bin/su rm /system/xbin/su reboot
After your device reboots, you would have lost all root access to your device and it will be unrooted just the way it was before. You can also watch the unrooting procedure in the below video by “Zedomax”.
For more information and updates, head over to XDA Developers forum (link given below).