Amazon Kindle Fire which is based on the Android Operating System is considered as the biggest threat to the Apple iPad. Rooting Kindle Fire is also quite simple, while initially you will have to enable ADB Access after which you can Root your device using the simple SuperOne Click Root tool.
Enable ADB Access :
In order to access and make changes to the system file of any Android Device, one needs to have ADB (Android Developer Bridge) access. As Rooting does require for you to access and change the system files you will be needing ADB access to Root your device.
To Enable ADB Access on your Amazon Kindle Fire you need to download the Android SDK from here and than add the Vendor ID for Amazon’s Lab126 (0×1949) to the adb_usb.ini file. If you are a developer you should understand about what it meant, meanwhile beginners and search Google about Android SDK.
Step 1 : Go to %USERPROFILE%.android and edit the adb_usb.ini file by adding the following text at the end.
Step 2 : Navigate to the location where you have installed and open the folder named google-usb_driver and to to the android_winusb.inf file. Now under the lines add the [Google.NETx86] and [Google.NTamd64] sections:
;Kindle Fire %SingleAdbInterface% = USB_Install, USBVID_1949&PID_0006 %CompositeAdbInterface% = USB_Install, USBVID_1949&PID_0006&MI_01
Just Save and Exit the file and thats it you are done with the ADB Access part.
How To Root Amazon Kindle Fire In One Click :
Step 1 : Plug In your Kindle Fire to the PC.
Step 2 : Open Device Manager and under Other Devices you should see the Kindle Fire now select the android_winusb.inf file.
Step 3 : Enable installation of Apps from Unknown Sources, you can do so easily by going to top-most bar on your Kindle Fire and head to Choose More and navigate to Device, over there you should see a listed device.
Step 4 : Download the SuperOneClick tool from this thread from the XDA-Developers.
Step 5 : Now just Run the SuperOneClick tool and click on the Root button.
That’s it the tool will do the rest of the Rooting for you and now you will have Super User access to your Kindle Fire. Now whenever you wish to install any third party App you can do so easily. However do not forget to go to Settings and than Devices and turn On Allow Installation of Applications and hit on OK. This will allow you to install third party App on your device.
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