Amazon Kindle Fire HD

Amazon Kindle Fire HD

How to root and install android operating system on your Amazon Kindle Fire HD check out these videos.

The First thing you want to learn about your device is all the info in about device under settings this info is really important when hacking your device. Next you want to learn how to restore the device if you mess it up. with these to skills in hand then you will be ready you have some fun and start hacking.

Link to Amazon Kindle Fire HD factory images

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Amazon Kindle Fire HD TWRP recovery and 2nd bootloader install

Kindle Fire HD Fastboot mode

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Kindle Fire HD First Aide Tool for restoring and more

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23 thoughts on “Amazon Kindle Fire HD”

  1. I need instructions on how to root the kindle fire hd 8.9 with version 8.5.1 for android lollipop or any latest version.I am not new to computers but am no hacker!

  2. Hi, I used your videos to install CM 12 on my Kindle Fire HD 7. It works so well!!! Question for you is about upgrading to CM 13. My Kindle is the “Soho” version and I’m not seeing much about CM 13 on that. Now that I installed a custom ROM does it matter if I grab the Tate or Soho version?


  3. Ugh, I’m the worst. Just bricked the Kindle Fire HD 7″ (2013) 3rd Generation by trying to Debloat the apps which constantly were popping up in the background and crashing Star Wars Heroes two-three times per hour. I was side-loading those apps using “Amazon Fire Tablet Tool” from here at

    Copied the files over using my regular plain old (NOT fastboot) USB cable and things sort of worked for the past month, downloading various APKs and installing from my Windows 10 Pro desktop pc. But now i’m dead in the water. Tried pressing and holding power & volume for 30-45 seconds to force a reset, but didn’t seem to cure the issue. Still stuck.

    Thanks in advance for any assistance.

  4. I was wondering how to use the first aide while using the Ubuntu live usb boot, and was wondering if there is a fastboot driver for the tate-PVT-08 device instead of kindle fire so that you could get the fast boot to work to get it at least to where it could be seen to get it booting on it’s own. Trying to get the drivers to be seen in windows 7 (ADB) is getting to be a pain in the (***) if you know what I mean. Why has nobody ever done an edit on the ADB and the Fastboot drivers by now since the problem still happens? Any and all help would be appreciated. I’m new on trying to use Ubuntu OS , so I don’t know the ins and outs.

  5. Think I have followed directions but nothing happens when I try to download the apps. Just get a blank screen with cursor in upper left corner.


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