Root Kindle Fire v6.2.1 (And All Version)

Root Kindle Fire

Rooting Amazon Kindle Fire v6.2.1 and All Current Versions – Just a few days ago Amazon has pushed newer software update version 6.2.1 to all Kindle Fire users. Unfortunately that update also patched known exploit to root Kindle Fire. But amazingly, another hack has been made to break that curse and re-enable the rooting.

Root Kindle Fire

It’s AndroidPolice in association with RootWiki introducing a hacky process to root Kindle Fire on software version 6.2.1 and all known recent software versions.

Yet, the rooting process is quite easy but you have to firstly have ADB up and running on your PC. Once you have it, make sure you follow these steps correctly:

1- Download jcase’s Kindle Fire root app (link below).
2- Run the root app and click “Root.”
3- On your PC, in a command prompt, type “adb root.”
4- Download Superuser (link below).
5- Unzip Superuser.
6- In the command prompt, type following commands:

adb remount
adb push su /system/xbin/su
adb shell chown 0.0 /system/xbin/su
adb shell chmod 06755 /system/xbin/su
adb install
adb reboot

Source: AndroidPolice

Download Needed Files

Download The Root App (kindleroot_androidpolice.apk)

Download Superuser (


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