About four days ago, Amazon released an update for their Kindle Fire tablet. This update, version 6.2.1, brought nice additions like WiFi passwords, improved scrolling but also brought with itself a patch that broke all previous methods to root Kindle Fire. Today, Android Police and Rootzwiki have released an all new root tool for the Kindle Fire called BurritoRoot that works not just for older versions of Kindle Fire’s software but also for the latest! Details after the jump!
Well well well, it seems Amazon was true to their word after all, and the newly shipping Kindle Fire is indeed wide open for those that want to get at its inner workings, allowing customization of the underlying Android operating system.