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Good news to the owners of the Kindle Fire HD 7! There is now a method available for users to root their Kindle Fire HD 7 device. Like many other Android devices in the market, the Kindle Fire HD 7 bootloader was locked in default for some security purposes. However being able to have root access a device can bring about lots of benefits as well, like tweaking the ROMs and running certain applications on the device.

Hence if you are interested in rooting your Kindle Fire HD 7 device, you can head down to xda-developers forum to take a look at how this can be done on your device. However please take note that you may damage your device if you fail to follow the proper steps during the process.


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