TWRP Installer For Kindle Fire
If you own a Kindle Fire and want a tool for installing TWRP, look no further. XDA Senior member Vashypooh has written a Windows utility to do just that.
Once you have the custom recovery that is TeamWinRecoveryProject (or TWRP for short), you can flash anything that you want and get permanent root access.
The tool requires BurritoRoot and does the following things:
- Resets ADB root with BurritoRoot
- Auto download and install TWRP Recovery + FireFireFire
Additionally the Installer does come with the drivers in case you need them. Note that if your device cannot be seen in Fastboot mode, please make sure to install the drivers packaged with the tool.
For more information including to download the Installer and the link for BurritoRoot, head on over to the application thread.
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