I attempted to root my Amazon Kindle. That seemed to go well, but when I tried to add the Google App Market, I apparently made a big booboo, because now I am in "constant reboot, 'kindle fire' screen of death". That is, the fire won't boot, and it just stares at me with "kindle fire".
I've googled around, and found people with my exact problem, but no way to fix it. And my problem is this:
The permissions on my /system/app folder are as follows?
d--------- root root 2012-01-28 13:26 app
Yeah, I know, not good.
So, how can I fix it? I've tried the various methods out there, but basically, because the directory is so hosed on permissions, I can't do anything. For instance, I can't run
mount -o remount,rw -t yaffs2 /dev/block/mtdblock2 /system
because I get
mount: Operation not permitted
and when I try
I get the cryptic
adbd cannot run as root in production builds
So I am dead in the water.
Can anyone help me fix my permissions on /system/app?