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Ultimate Guide to Root Kindle Fire within Simple Steps

As one of the most well-known devices produced by Amazon, Kindle Fire has a wide range of functionality and meets most of your needs. Like any Android-based tablet, the Amazon Kindle Fire can be rooted. This in turn offers more advantages to the user, such as access to previously restricted apps. However, different from the real Android, the Kindle Fire rooting process is more difficult and complicated than which is on Android phone or tablet.


In this article, we will give you the ultimate guide on how to root Kindle Fire. In general, you can root Kindle Fire with ADB drivers, or root Kindle Fire with a Fire Utility tool.

Preparations before rooting Kindle Fire

1. A workable Windows computer. It has no perfect solution on rooting Kindle Fire HD without computer.

2. Charge your Kindle Fire into at least 85% battery life.

3. Install the Kindle driver on your Windows computer.

4. Provide the Kindle Fire Utility or ADB drivers to root your Kindle Fire.

5. Most importantly, make sure that you back up all your files before rooting Kindle Fire.

After all these preparations, you are ready to root Kindle Fire with ease.

Root Kindle Fire with ADB Drivers

Step 1 Enable the ADB option on your devices. Simply go to "Settings" > "Device" and tap the "Enable ADB" option.

Enable ADB

Step 2 Download the Kindle Fire ADB Drivers and extract the zipped folder to a desirable location. Find "Kindle Fire ADB drivers.exe" file in the unzipped folder. Click it and start the installation process. Agree to the relevant terms and finish the installation. Also, you might be asked to reboot your system.

Kindle Fire ADB Drivers

Step 3 After the system has been successfully restarted, connect your Kindle Fire device to your system.

Step 4 Go to your Windows Device Manager and look for "Android Composite ADB Interface" under "Kindle Fire". In case if it is not updated, you might see a yellow sign. It will simply ask you to update the interface which would take a few seconds.

Android Composite ADB Interface

Step 5 You can either script the entire code or simply download the automated scripted file for your Kindle from several sources on the internet. It would look like the provided screenshot.

Root Kindle Fire with ADB

Step 6 After successfully running the script, just unplug your Kindle device. To make sure that you have successfully rooted your Kindle Fire, install any File Explorer and go to "Tools" section. Your device will be tested as rooted.

Root Kindle Fire with Kindle Fire Utility

If you want to root Kindle Fire HD or a related device using Fire Utility, simply perform these easy steps.

Step 1 Make sure that you have installed the Kindle Fire drivers on your system. You can go to XDA developers and download the "Kindle Fire Utility" for Windows. Unzip the file and connect your Kindle device to your system.

Step 2 After connecting it, your system might ask you to install a few additional drivers. Click on the "install_drivers.bat" file and it will commence the installation. Simply follow the on-screen instructions, as it might take a few minutes to install the needed drivers.

Install Kindle Fire Drivers

Step 3 Check if the drivers have been installed successfully. You can click on the "run.bat" file and it will show the ADB status as Online.

Check ADB Status

Step 4 You will get different options on the screen. We recommend selecting the "Install Permanent Root with Superuser" option to begin the Kindle Fire rooting process. As soon as you select it, the system will perform the necessary operations to root Kindle Fire. Make sure that you don't disconnect your Kindle during the process.

Root With Kindle Fire Utility

Additionally, you can also install Google Play on your device. By undertaking the above-mentioned process, you would be able to root Kindle Fire HD and its other versions without facing any setback.

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In this article, we have mainly showed you two simple methods to root Kindle Fire. Still have more questions about Kindle Fire Rooting? Feel free to leave your comments down below.

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December 15, 2020 07:06 / Updated by to Fix Android Problems

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