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Update to 0.6.4

14 May

Changes:

Changed Kindle Fire recovery to TWRP

Updated Kindle Fire bootloader to FireFireFire to 1.4a

Added Kindle Fire recovery and bootloader updater for user who just want to update to the latest versions.

 
 

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  1. excelent application

    May 25, 2012 at 10:20 pm

    excelent application

     
  2. Pat Oconnor

    June 15, 2012 at 10:40 pm

    I rooted my Kindle Fire 6.31 with Breakdtoid. Everything works gtreat. I am looking for the Google Play app to install so I don’t. have to use my web browser all of the time. Thank you for Breskdroid 0.6.4. It worked out great for me.

     
  3. Tim

    July 17, 2012 at 5:29 pm

    Tried to use BD 0.6.4 on a KF running 6.3.1. Performing on OSX 10.7.4.
    Get through steps 1-3 OK, then once I take step 4, I get:

    Please enter your choice: 4
    Starting step 4
    Installing root files
    2235 KB/s (22364 bytes in 0.009s)
    ERROR: could not get pipe properties
    ERROR: Unable to create a plug-in (e00002be)

    ERROR: could not get pipe properties
    ERROR: could not get pipe properties
    ERROR: Unable to create a plug-in (e00002be)
    ERROR: could not get pipe properties
    ERROR: could not get pipe properties
    ERROR: Unable to create a plug-in (e00002be)
    ERROR: could not get pipe properties

    And then the last error repeats over and over.

    What do I do at this stage?

     
    • Tim

      July 17, 2012 at 5:33 pm

      Just to add – KF is on TWRP screen, v2.1.1 – so FFF and TWRP both appear to be loaded (the KF boot logo now shows the “Fire” in blue, which I understands indicates that FFF is running).

       
  4. Tim

    July 18, 2012 at 1:44 pm

    Well, I guess – never mind. Even with the errors, the KF was rooted. I played around with rebooting, etc. from TWRP, that worked. Made a backup and moved off the KF – that seems to work.

    Then flashed the latest TWRP after copying it to the KF, and using TWRP to flash itself – that worked.

    Then flashed Hashcode’s 4.1 JB ROM – works.

    I don’t know what happened, but it WAS jailbroken, and rooted, and I’m off and running.