Kindle Fire 6.2 update spoils rooted devices

KindleFire 6.2 update spoils rooted devices (but can be re-rooted)

Kindle fire 6.2 update image

Software update for the kindle fire is out, but if you have ‘rooted’ your tablet it will break that root.

Kindle fire owners received the 6.2 update automatically over wifi with no option choice to stop/install this first update. We like the idea that these updates install to keep your tablet up to date, but we also think that a user should be given the option of which version is run.

Don’t worry if you have rooted your kindle fire though. Once your KF has finished the update, you can re-root the device just as easy as before using SuperOneClck.

It must be said that this update will possibly affect installed Android Market and custom keyboard apps .

If you are interested in taking a look inside this update, you can download a copy of the 6.2 update form Amazon.

Maybe you are interested in rooting your kindle fire? Is so, take a look at liliputing’s guide on how to root an Amazon KindleFire.

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