Tuesday, May 24, 2016

How to Unroot the Amazon Kindle Fire


Returning to stock ROM on theAmazonKindleFire is very sy. Once you’ve gotten root access and installed TWRP Recovery, you can sily flash the stock ROM from the TWRP and turn in your device for the warranty purpose. If you’ve messed up with your device or just want to unroot it, here’s how you can do it. The following guide shows how you can unroot yourAmazonKindleFire. Here you go:By EditAndroidI. Before You Begin:1. You should have rooted your Kindle Fire using the guide givenhere.2. You must have TWRP Recovery installed on your device. You can do so fromhere.3. The battery level on your device shouldn’t be less than 60%.II. Downloading Required Files:1.Stock ROM2.FastbootIII. Unrooting the Amazon Kindle Fire:1. Download and place both the files you downloaded to the Desktop.2. Extract files from the Fastboot archive to your Desktop.3. Rename the Stock ROM file you just downloaded toupdate.zip.4. Enable USB debugging on your device fromMenu>>Settings>>Appliions>>Development>>USB debugging.5. Connect the device to your PC using the USB cable.6. Copy the Stock ROM file over to therootfolderof your device’s SD card.7. Next, open a Command Prompt Window on your Desktop. To do so, press and hold theShiftbutton on your board and right-click on any empty ar on the screen, then chooseOpen command window here.8. Type in the following command into the Command Prompt Window:adb reboot recovery9. Your device should reboot into theRecoveryModefrom where you can flash the stock ROM.10. From the Recovery menu,wipecache,dalvik cachndfactory resetas well.11. Now, choose theInstalloption and select theupdate.zipfile you copied rlier.12. It should take some time to finish flashing the file.13. And you’re done now!Your Kindle Fire’s now running the pure Stock ROM relsed by Amazon with no root access. It’s now as pure as it was when you bought it!

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