1. stoneworrior's Avatar
    Hey guys this tool works awesome on your rooted fire if you still want to watch Amazon vides. It temp dissables your SU rights and allows you to watch your videos. When done click back to SU and use the Android Market.....cool stuff ;-)

    https://market.android.com/details?i...GVvcy5yb290Il0.
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    11-19-2011 05:43 PM
  2. Kuroth's Avatar
    So you do lose certain functions if you do Root your fire??? What all Can you NOT do if you root your fire.. I am trying to decide if I want to root or not..

    Also would the oneclick unroot not do the same as this?
    11-20-2011 11:43 AM
  3. NotJustAPhone's Avatar
    So you do lose certain functions if you do Root your fire??? What all Can you NOT do if you root your fire.. I am trying to decide if I want to root or not..

    Also would the oneclick unroot not do the same as this?
    If you root your Fire, the Amazon streaming video service stops working. With a program available from the Google Market, you can unroot (and re-root) directly on the Fire. There's no need to connect it to a computer. Here's a link to the one I'm using:

    https://market.android.com/details?i...=search_result

    I rooted so I could install the Google Market and stream my music stored on Google Music. I'm using the above program and it works fine, and once rooted, you can switch back and forth between a rooted and un-rooted state. I do have to re-boot when I un-root to get Amazon video to work again, but that's hardly an inconvenience.

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    11-20-2011 11:55 AM
  4. stoneworrior's Avatar
    If you root your Fire, the Amazon streaming video service stops working. With a program available from the Google Market, you can unroot (and re-root) directly on the Fire. There's no need to connect it to a computer. Here's a link to the one I'm using:

    https://market.android.com/details?i...=search_result

    I rooted so I could install the Google Market and stream my music stored on Google Music. I'm using the above program and it works fine, and once rooted, you can switch back and forth between a rooted and un-rooted state. I do have to re-boot when I un-root to get Amazon video to work again, but that's hardly an inconvenience.

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    Cool thanks, the one I am using isn't being developed anymore, nice to know there is another out there that's still actively being developed.
    11-20-2011 12:39 PM
  5. Kuroth's Avatar
    Thanks.. Will try that..
    11-21-2011 09:21 AM
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