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Re: Kindle Fire Bricked!
Sorry to bump this month-old thread, but I'm running out of ideas here.
I am in the exact same predicament as the fellow named "danieldr24" above. Only the main difference here is that I use Linux on the desktop, Debian Squeeze to be exact.
I had just finished installing BurritoRoot3, Superuser, and the `su' and `busybox' executables successfully and proceeded to run:
The Kindle Fire rebooted into the FireFireFire screen (with the yellow triangle), I then ran:
adb shell idme bootmode 4002
And all I get is fastboot's
fastboot -i 0x1949 boot twrp-blaze-2.0.0RC0.img
message in the shell, and nothing on the device. I have fastboot's Udev rules all setup (ADB's too). I can't get access to ADB or fastboot so I'm truly vexed. Rebooting just sends me right back.
< waiting for device >
I've used *nix for a few years now (that's exclusively, so no Windows machines available) and hacked around on Android (sholes, vivow, gt-p7510) for just about as long, and now this Kindle Fire throws me my first true scare of a brick, lol.
So please, does anyone with some pretty good Linux knowledge have any pointers to throw my way? I'm really stuck here. Thanks.