A few days ago, Amazon pushed out an update to the Kindle Fire tablet. The update, version 6.2.1, included a number or new features and performance improvements. Unfortunately, what the update also did was break root access on the Kindle Fire (if you rooted). Lucky for you, the hard working guys over at RootzWiki have developed a new one-click root method for the Kindle Fire that works with the latest update and all previous ones.
Rooting the Kindle Fire with the new BurritoRoot Kindle 1.0 app only requires a few minutes and some simple ADB commands. If you’re feeling adventurous and would like to break your Kindle Fire free, head over to RootzWiki for complete instructions!