Thursday, February 23, 2012

How to Root Amazon Kindle Fire on the Latest 6.2.2 Firmware Version – Easy Tutorial

Android developers are always a step ahead than device manufacturers and on the similar lines just after Amazon pushed an all new update of 6.2.2 which kills the root access can now be again re rooted just by following a simple tutorial which we will be checking out in the due course of this article. All thanks to JCase of Rootzwiki who has come out with this workaround this time. The tool which we will be employing to root the Kindle Fire is called as the Burrito Tooting Tool. Please be informed that once the device is rooted, the warranty will be lost.
Disclaimer: Neither we, nor developer should be held responsible for any damage happened to your device in the process of following the instructions mentioned in this article. It’s very unlikely that there will be any issues but just in case if at all there are any issues then we are committed to help you in solving the same.
Quick & Essential Pre Requisites:
  • Backup all your data present in your device memory by appropriate ways as there is a possibility that the data may get lost.
Notes – Backup in the mail so that you can then restore manually
Videos, Images, Videos & Files etc.– Copy to your computer,
  • Ensure that the device is left with the minimum of 60% so as to ensure that the device doesn’t turn Off in the middle of firmware update.
  • Enable the installation of applications from the path Settings > More > Device > Allow installation of Applications and tap on “ON”. So, that’s it you can now proceed to the procedure to root the Amazon Kindle Fire.
Assuming that you have gone through all the above mentioned instructions, you can now head to the next page where we have summed up detailed instructions on how to root your Kindle Fire on 6.2.2 Firmware.


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