Amazon Kindle Fire is recently get new firmware update. It is tagged with version 6.3.1. Today, we will teach you how to install this new software manually. But please note that you need to root your tablet first, so you can install custom recovery image. This will let you to install Google’s standard services like Google Play store and Mail. Please note that since you are require to root your tablet, it will instantly make your warranty void. We won’t take any responsible for any permanent or temporary damage that happen because of this tutorial. So, do this at your own risk.
Before we get started, make sure that you’ve done these following things. First, install the ADB drivers and the ADB program in your computer. Second, create a full backup of all your Kindle Fire date. Finally, make sure that your Kindle Fire battery is fully charged. This is important to avoid unexpected blackout during the installation process. Once you’ve done with all of these stuffs, we can start the tutorial right away.
1. Download Kindle Fire Tool. Save it on your computer. Extract the .zip file and you should get three different folders and two files
2. Connect your Kindle Fire to computer and execute the install_drivers file
3. Restart the system to make sure that your tablet is detected by the computer
4. Execute the Run file and you will be presented with six different option
5. You may choose any options that you like. Each option has it’s own pros and cons. For instance, the Burrito root method is only permanent root and you should do the step once again if you reboot the tablet.
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