Titanium Backup is the primary reason that I want to root Amazon Kindle Fire. Titanium Backup needs root access to backup / restore apps. So how to root Kindle Fire? Very simple, just use SuperOneClick to root Kindle Fire. Really, just one single click.
For me, root access is a must for my Android devices. I have no issue with Android HTC HD2 where custom ROM has root access by default. And Samsung Galaxy S II has CF-Root kernel that provide root access too. SuperOneClick is the application that provides 1 click to root Android device. SuperOneClick supports lot of Android phone and tablet. And SuperOneClick is going to root my Kindle Fire now.
How to root Amazon Kindle Fire? You can use SuperOneClick to root Kindle Fire. But it is workable on software update 6.2 and below only. Thanks to BurritoRoot from XDA Developer, jcase. We can root Kindle Fire on software update 6.2.1 with BurritoRoot. BurritoRoot is an application that allows the android debug bridge (adb) to be ran as root simply by running the command ‘adb root’. It supports software update 6.1, 6.2 and 6.2.1 for the moment (6.0 is not supported). You can root Kindle Fire with BurritoRoot manually. Or the simplest way ~ uses Kindle Fire Utility to root Kindle Fire. It will install SuperUser App for you too in automated way. Just follow below step by step guide…
- Kindle Fire adb USB driver
- Kindle Fire Utility
First of all, you need to have Kindle Fire adb USB driver installed. Else Kindle Fire Utility can’t talk to Kindle Fire from PC. Follow this guide to do so ~ How to install Kindle Fire adb USB driver? (Video) And download Kindle Fire Utility.