Amazon released its software update for Kindle fire on Thursday , new version 6.3 includes a number of new features and improvements . As usual if you will update your kindle fire to version 6.3 you will lose the root access to the device . Thanks to the devs who are ready to create apps and utilities to get root access to the devices . XDA forums member Vashypooh updated his utility to root the Amazon kindle fire 6.3 . In this post we will show you how you can get root access to the device .
Warning : We should not be held responsible in any manner in whole or in parts if anything wrong happens to your device after following the instructions .
Pre-Requisites to Root Amazon kindle fire 6.3
- Make sure that your tablet has a charge of at least 60%, I would recommend you charge at least 90% to be safe
- Backup your Apps and important data — bookmarks, contacts, SMS, APNs (internet settings), etc.
Steps to Root Amazon kindle fire 6.3
1. download the kindle fire utility, newest release from the official thread .
2. Now extract the zip file you have downloaded anywhere on your computer .
3. Double-click on the “install_drivers.bat” file in the folder you have extracted and install the drivers .
4. After installing the drivers Plug your kindle fire into your computer .
5. Now launch the “run.bat” file located inside the kindle fire utility folder you have extracted earlier .
6. It should say “adb status: online”
7. Now press 2 for the option “Install Permanent Root with Superuser” and press enter to start rooting process .
Congratulations your kindle fire 6.3 is now rooted . 🙂
Here is video for the same which will be helpful to you to root you kindle fire .
source : xda