How to Root Kindle

How to Root Kindle

Amazon’s tablet line is called Kindle, and these are some of the more budget tablets on the market. The low price of the Kindle is made possible because of the heavy advertisements and prioritizing Amazon services. If you’re wanting to have a more traditional Android experience, a good way to get started is to root your Kindle Fire. By rooting your tablet, you’ll be able to uninstall any of the pre-loaded apps and add services like the Google Play store. This is how you root your Amazon Kindle Fire.

1. Go to the settings menu on your Kindle and find Device Options.

2. Tap the Serial Number field repeatedly until Developer Options appears below it.


3. Open the Developer Options Menu

4. Toggle Enable ADB

5. Now connect your Amazon Fire tablet to your computer, using a USB cable.

6. Download Amazon Fire 5th Gen Super Tool, extract it and run the .bat file.

7. Follow the on-screen instructions to root your tablet.


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Ronald Comstock
Ronald Comstock

Home theater and Android enthusiast. I work with the sponsorship team on XDA to create and publish content for the latest in Android and smart home tech.

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