Obtaining root permissions is the only way to modify or update any Android operating system file. Once you have access to these files, you can easily move any app directly to your external memory such as an SD card. Not only does the root allow you to access or update your smartphone or tablet, but you can overcome the limitations of the hardware. By accessing the hardware you can change the boot command, the overclock processor, use the reserved ram to support heavy applications. Now it's time to see how you can easily get Amazon Kindle Fire HD 8 root permissions.
How to run root permissions on Amazon Kindle Fire HD 8
When the apps to unlock the root with a click were not released for less experienced users, it was very difficult to get root permissions for Android devices. First you had to install the drivers, then run the root manually with codes and other complex procedures. After the release of these apps the procedures became simpler and various things changed. Now with the click of a button users can execute root permissions of their Android device.
Amazon Kindle Fire HD 8
- Display: 8.0 inches HD (1280 x 800 resolution)
- Released: year 2017
- Operating system: Android v5.1 Lollipop
- Processor: 1.3 Ghz Quad Core
- Internal space: 16 GB
- Battery: 3210 mAh (up to 7 hours talk time)
Before proceeding with one of our methods to unlock the root of the device, necessary activate debug mode on your Amazon Kindle Fire HD 8.
How to enable the developer and debug USB option
- First go into the device settings.
- On the Settings page, scroll down and tap Phone Info.
- On the Information page, locate the build number of the section and tap it 7 times to enable the developer option.
- Now go back one page and click Developer Option.
- In the Developer Option check on USB-DEBUGGING and click on S to enable the option.
Root permissions with the Framaroot app
- Go to the following URL "https://framaroot-app.com/" download and install the app.
- Before installing the app, an authorization is required because you are installing a custom app. A pop-up will appear with a request message saying: "INSTALLATION LOCKED", go to "SETTINGS" and touch UNKNOWN SOURCE as shown in the figure.
- Open the app after installation and select the INSTALL SUPERSU option.
- Now select an exploit, click on BOROMIR.
- There could be two options: the first Exploit successful, means that the smartphone has obtained root permissions and the second option that your device is not vulnerable to unlocking of the root, which means that this smartphone highly protected by the developer, that's why it cannot be rooted.
Permissions with Root Genius
- Go to the following url: "http://rootgenius.net/" scroll down and tap the link Rootgenius to download the app on your smartphone.
- Once the app is downloaded, tap the icon to install. If it shows the message Install Blocked follow the third step of the instructions in Framaroot.
- Now open the app and you will only see the name of a button START, click it.
- Once clicked, the root process of the tablet will begin.
- Once the device has unlocked the root, a success message will be displayed, then restart the tablet to complete the process.
There are other one-click rooting applications you can use, such as Kingoroot and Iroot.
How to remove the root on Amazon Kindle Fire HD 8
It is necessary to unblock the root each time you bring the tablet to service to repair it or install updates to the operating system. Let's find out how.
Using the Supersu app
- Go to the Play store and download the Supersu app.
- Now go to the settings page, scroll down and tap FULL UNROOT.
Using Universal Unroot
Another promising app that you should try if all the previous methods failed to unroot the tablet.
- Visit the Android Play Store and install the Universal Unroot app on your tablet.
- Once installed, open the app and tap the button unroot.
- Once the root process is finished, the tablet is automatically restarted and the device is no longer with the root unlocked.
Be sure to check whether Amazon Kindle Fire HD 8 has root permissions or not with the help of Unroot Checker.