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Kindle Fire gets rooted with 'one click,' paves the way for Amazonian adventures

Amar Toor, @amartoo
November 16, 2011
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Yesterday, we saw the Kindle Fire get ripped apart. Today, it's been rooted. The solution comes courtesy of a user lovingly known as "death2all11o," who posted the "1-click' recipe to Android Forums earlier today. The procedure seems relatively straightforward, requiring only a copy of SuperOneClick 2.2, an Android SDK, and a bit of hacktastic know-how. For a more detailed guide, hit up the source links below.

[Thanks, Blake]



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