I recently rooted my Kindle Fire HD and it now runs very slowly. It was mentioned in the rooting instructions I was following that this would happen during the rooting process. I am wondering if this is a permanent consequence of rooting or if it is fixable. If it is something I can fix could you tell me how. Thanks for the help!
Here are the steps I followed:
- Download Root MANY ANDROID! to your desktop. Extract to your desktop. This package includes updated adb daemons.
- Download Qemu automated root to your desktop. Extract to your desktop. This package includes updated adb daemons.
NOTE WINDOWS 7 USERS: You need to open a command prompt "as Administrator" when running the above utility batch files
RootQemu.bat- otherwise Windows will respond with "Permission Denied".
- Root Step 1: Run
RunMe.batfrom Root MANY ANDROID!. Choose option 1 Run Normal Method and ignore errors. Pay attention, you will need to answer "Restore" a dialogue box on the Kindle. Click on Restore. When the program has completed, the Kindle will Reboot.
- Root Step 2: When the Kindle reboots it will react VERY slowly, this is normal - leave it alone. Immediatly proceed to Step 3.
- Root Step 3: Run
RootQemu.batfrom Qemu automated root. Follow the instructions Step-by-Step allowing Windows to re-detect the Kindle between reboots (about 2 minutes). Let this utility complete to the end.
- Root Step 4: Click on
Superuser.apkunder the Apps tab.