hi, i had previously rooted my device by this way ( http://rootkindlefire.com/kindle-fire-root/how-to-root-kindle-fire/ ), but after then I don't have a SuperUser App, instead a new App “Bionic Bootstrapper” is created after the rooting (actually i don't have an idea what it is).i don't know whether i had successfully rooted my device. the Root Checker basic mode told me i didn't root my device but the advanced mode told me that i did (but with some special situation that i previously mentioned in your another post in youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?annotation_id=annotation_169281&src_vid=D5FS2a5rmqk&feature=iv&v=rTkegVrnAvA). If i use your method to re-root my kindle, do i need to undo the previous stuff (e.g. unroot)?
I don't think you would need to unroot first.
thanks.but when i try to install android market as instructed in your youtube video, i can't change the mount to R/W as it stated "your advice doesn't appear to be rooted".so i don't know what should i do to proceed further...
So I rooted my kindle fire with ur latest video using burritoroot...but it seems there is no longer a unroot option with this method. Can you suggest a video/tutorial of the correct way. Any help is appreciated ....thanks Sid
If u just want to temp unroot to watch amazon video u can get the app ota rootkeeper , use the temp unroot feature then reboot and u should be good. I'm pretty sure u can still use the superoneclick unroot method as I showed in my first how to root and unroot the kindle fire video if u want to completely unroot, or u could always just do a factory reset