Root Kindle Fire Using Kindle Fire Utility Tool

If root access on your Kindle Fire is revoked because you had updated it with latest 6.3 update then this article is for you.Recently we had wrote a post on How to root Kindle Fire 6.3,which uses the Superboot.But Superboot method is little complex for newbies as you need to enter ADB commands in command prompt and should have SDK installed.If you are not aware of Android debugging then use Utility which is created by XDA member Vashpooh and allow you to perform many tasks on Kindle Fire.This tool is very easy to use and does not envolve any difficult steps,you just need drivers and choose correct option to make it run effectively.

Kindle Fire Utility Tool Operations

  • Automatic elevation to root for tool operations.
  • Auto Detect ADB/Fastboot Online/Offline.
  • Auto download from Amazon.
  • Auto download and install FFF Bootloader.
  • Full root install.
  • Auto detect current bootmode.
  • Manage current bootmodes.
  • Manage Read/Write.
  • Auto download and install TWRP Recovery.
  • Auto download and install CWM Recovery.
  • Install GoogleApps/Market/GoLauncherEX.
  • Lock/Unlock the Wallpaper from being changed.

How to Root Kindle Fire Using Kindle Fire Utility Tool

1. Connect your device with PC using USB cable.

2. You need to have all drivers installed previously to root Amazon Kindle Fire but if you do not have pre-installed drivers then just run install_drivers.bat file,which comes with the package.

3. Now follow the Kindle Fire 6.3 Utility Tool screenshots,as shown below



kindle fire ebook reader root


root kindle fire 6.3 screenshots

Run this tool and just select desired options and root your Amazon Kindle Fire 6.3 easily.

Download Kindle Fire Utility


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