If the customized Amazon Android experience on your new Kindle Fire just isn’t cutting it, Amazon is now offering up the source code as an 809MB download to external developers here. Of course this means custom ROMS, overclocked CPUs, and endless other hacks will follow, but first you’ll need a root method. Thanks to AndroidForums.com member death2all110 (via Phandroid), we already have a one-click method using SuperOneClick 2.2, which requires you first have the SDK installed. Full instructions after the break.

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goto: %USERPROFILE%\.android and edit the adb_usb.ini and add this to the end of the file and save:

Code:

0x1949

then go into where you have the sdk at and open the google-usb_driver folder and edit android_winusb.inf and add this to the [Google.NTx86] section and [Google.NTamd64] section:

Code:

;Kindle Fire

%SingleAdbInterface% = USB_Install, USB\VID_1949&PID_0006

%CompositeAdbInterface% = USB_Install, USB\VID_1949&PID_0006&MI_01

save and close

If you have already plugged your kindle into the usb you may have to open device manager and find “Kindle” under other devices and choose the android_winusb.inf file.

Turn on Installation of apps from unknown sources: tap the top bar>choose more…(+)>device

open a command prompt and run adb kill-server then try adb devices..

you should see a device listed.

go here: [APP]SuperOneClick v2.2 (now with zergRush and su 3.0) – xda-developers

download and run SuperOneClick and choose the “root” option. let it go!

(via BriefMobile)

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