I recently wrote a post on rooting your Kindle Fire 6.2.2 on your mac. You can read the post here. Apparently that process no longer works for the new firmware 6.3. To root your Kindle Fire with firmware 6.3, follow the steps below Download the Kindle Water App from here Connect your Kindle Fire to your mac via micro USB cable Launch the KindleWater app, and just follow the instructions it says.

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You must be all knowing that if you are a Kindle Fire user outside of US, you cannot install apps from Amazon App Store, not even the free apps. I recently rooted my Kindle Fire and was able to install most of the apps. However there were few Apps on the Android market which were free but it complained that it was not compaitble for my Kindle Fire. However these apps were available on the Amazon app store and I wanted to install it from there.

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As you all know that I recently bought a Kindle Fire and you read my review here. The Kindle Fire is locked to the Amazon App store by default and it is available only in the US. I initially thought that I would not root my Kindle and would install the apps by downloading apk’s from third party sites, however this process became cumbersome. A few friends of mine on twitter, @varunkumar and @vivekgolecha suggested me to root the device and install Android Market.

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As Jeff Bezos says in his presentation Kindle Fire is a premium product sold at a non premium price and he is damn right about that. I recently bought a Kindle Fire from amazon. My colleague from New York was visiting the Hyderabad office and he got that for me :) Why I bought Kindle Fire ? I needed a touch device to play with as I never owned one.

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Pradeep Nayak

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