by Ken East, 1 year ago
While the Amazon Kindle Fire is just getting wrapped up for its retail release by the end of the month, speculations are spreading about the Kindle Fire’s successor, another tablet dubbed as the Amazon Kindle…
Just recently, another tablet from Amazon was announced and released — the Amazon Kindle Fire HD. The Kindle Fire HD came in three variants, including an LTE version. Although the tablets run on Android, most of the aspects of the tablets' interface are heavily modified to keep the Amazon feel to it. Nevertheless, the tablets, being on Android, can be rooted and modified.
In this guide, we will be showing you how to root your 7-inch Amazon Kindle Fire HD. If you are a beginner in rooting, you might want to check out our glossary of rooting terms which makes the concept of rooting easier to understand for people who are not really well-versed with all the technicalities. I tell you, once you are an Android user, you'll want to jump on the rooting bandwagon. Don't get left behind while nearly all are enjoying their Android devices to the fullest.
Mad props to XDA Developers member sparkym3 for releasing an automated root tool that will certainly aid you in rooting your tablet. Although this is a tool and will require less effort in rooting, knowing more about the terms and processes will be of great help later on.
The guide shows you how to root the Kindle Fire HD.
Congratulations! You have successfully rooted your Amazon Kindle Fire HD. With this, you can explore your tablet even further and try out a handful of tweaks, mods, and access system files. Did you find any difficulty in using the tool? Let us know your thoughts through leaving a comment below.