Root Kindle Fire Running Software Version 6.3.1


Recently, a small update was launched for Kindle Fire by Amazon. This update gives users some parental control features and extra security enhancements. For more details you can refer to my post about the New Features of Kindle Fire software version 6.3. Just like previous updates, Kindle tablets end up loosing their root access after updating to this new update. Furthermore, the update also installs itself without user confirmation. If Continue Reading →

Update Root Kindle Fire To Software Version 6.3.1 And Retain Root

If you are a Kindle Fire user running software version 6.3 and wish to retain root while updating your tablet to version 6.3.1, then we have just what you need. The update 6.3.1 has brought number of handy features such as parental controls and numerous security enhancements. However, the dilemma with Kindle Fire has been that updating the tablet results in losing the root access, which is the reason we Continue Reading →

Regain Root Access For Kindle Fire After Update 6.2.2


Kindle Fire is no doubt the most hot Android tablet out there right now. It has been receiving regular OTA updates since a few days already, which have enhanced the tablet’s fluidity and performance. The new update has also delivered better support for manually setting up e-mail providers with in the Email app. Furthermore, this new update offers a new full screen mode for viewing web pages. However, as was Continue Reading →

How To Flash MIUI ROM On Kindle Fire

Over the years, MIUI has become the most sought after, “aftermarket” firmware for Android based devices. After receiving a Ice Cream Sandwich ROM, Amazon’s Kindle Fire has finally got an MIUI ROM. The fiery MIUI 1.12.29 ROM is based on Android 2.3.7 Gingerbread, has come straight from none other than the XDA-Developers  forum member “leech2082”. See the below guide to find out how to install this stylish MIUI ROM on Continue Reading →

How To Install Ice Cream Sandwich ROM On Kindle Fire

A while back XDA-Developers “g1011999” started efforts for porting Android 4.0 ICS to the Kindle Fire. While his work is still under development, another XDA-Developers forum member “JackpotClavin” has just released a very experimental build of ICS. This is primarily a pre-release ROM, and therfore it must be used with caution. In case you have no experience in flashing custom ROMs on a Kindle Fire device, then it is suggested Continue Reading →

Kindle Fire Single Click Root, Recovery & Market Installation

Kindle Fire Android Market

Kindle Fire now has automated root, recovery and market installation. In an earlier post I covered the process of rooting the Kindle Fire, followed by another guide, which explained the procedure for installing Android Market. After a single click method becoming available, there is no longer the need of using these tedious methods. Any user willing to root their Kindle Fire device can now use a simple tool called Kindle Continue Reading →