Out of the available tablet in the Android market, Amazon Kindle Fire HD is one of those that delivers a stunning HD display, longer battery life, and faster processor. It offers a high definition LCD display that has over one million pixels. The battery life can last for up to ten hours of surfing the web, reading, listening to music, and watching videos. The processor is fast enough, running on Dual Core 1GB of RAM. It comes with an internal storage of your choice between 8GB (4.8GB of which is available to users) and 16GB (11.9GB of which is available to users).
If you look at the specs of Amazon Kindle Fire HD, it is already a perfect tablet to have. However, you might want to make the performance of the said tablet even faster. You do not want to drain the battery life immediately as well. Most important of all, you want to make sure you make good use of every storage memory the Amazon Kindle Fire HD has.
There is a good way for you to do all of these things. The solution would be to root your Amazon Kindle Fire HD. Rooting the device allows you to gain super user access to the Android device. You can so whatever you wan with the tablet – be it install apps or uninstall pre-installed apps.
The rooting process is not a difficult process to follow. All you have to do is download the right tools and follow the right steps. One of the solution you can take for the rooting of your Android phone is using the Wondershare TunesGo Android Root application. Here are the steps to take for using the said software.
Step 1 Download the TunesGo Android Root tool you are going to use for rooting the Kindle. You must download and install the Android root software into your computer.
Step 2 Connect your Amazon Kindle Fire HD to your computer. Your device will be recognized and displayed in the primary window.
Step 3 Click Toolbox tap. In the Device Tools section, click One-click Root to root and get full-control of your Amazon Kindle Fire HD.
Step 4 Read the warning message and click Root to start the process.
Step 5 Get root access of your Amazon Kindle Fire HD.
Step 6 Your Amazon Kindle Fire HD root success.
The use of TunesGo Android Root tool is just one of the many solutions available for rooting the Amazon Kindle Fire HD. Many other solutions are available online. Here is another simple tutorial for how you can easily root your Amazon Kindle Fire HD tablet.
Step 1 Download all the necessary files for rooting the Amazon Kindle Fire HD tablet. You can download all the necessary files at the following links:
Amazon Kindle Fire HD drivers - https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_nizg6yUZ0NbTBpLVUxZUxOb0U/edit?usp=sharing&pageId=111328541616269124572
Root By Restore - https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_nizg6yUZ0NbVBOMkN5TEpHV3c/edit?usp=sharing&pageId=111328541616269124572
Extract all the files. Once done, you need to run the Kindle Fire ADB drivers.exe. This will be the process to install the software drivers. Just follow the process to successfully install the ADB drivers for Kindle Fire HD.
Step 2 Go back to the Amazon Kindle Fire HD. From the home, tap MORE > SECURITY > ENABLE ADB. Turn this feature on. After you have successfully turned on the ENABLE ADB feature of your Amazon Kindle Fire HD, connect the device to the computer. There should also be a pop-up in your computer screen telling you that all the necessary drivers are installed.
Step 3 Go the file you have extracted and just click on the RunMe.bat file. A command prompt should appear on the screen. There are options shown on the command prompt screen. You need to choose the first option. Just enter 1 on the computer then and hit ENTER. You need to follow the instructions on the screen properly, especially regarding the backing up and restoring of your data. The device should reboot afterward.
Step 4 You have to wait before the device completely turns back on before you do anything. Once you see the swipe lock screen, swipe the lock so that you can go back to the home screen. In your computer, you should see the command prompt working on pushing some files into your Amazon Kindle Fire HD. Just leave it alone as this is part of the rooting process. After it is done, the Amazon Kindle Fire HD should reboot for the second time.
Step 5 Another restore will be required so you just have to tap the Restore My Data option on the Amazon Kindle Fire HD and then hit any key on the command prompt. This should reboot the device for a third time.
Step 6 After it is done restoring the data, you can now close the command prompt. Just wait for the device to completely reboot. Once done, you can go to the home screen of your device and unplug the USB cable.
Step 7 Go to Superuser. If you can see that everything is in green, then that means you have successfully rooted the device.
Step 8 You can also download a root checker app to confirm that you have really rooted the device. One of the root checker apps you can download is the MyRootCheck. Once you run this, you should see a green congratulations message to verify that you have indeed rooted your Amazon Kindle Fire HD. If you see that, then you are good to go. You can do whatever you want with your Amazon Kindle Fire HD anytime you want then.