How to Unroot Amazon Kindle Fire – Easy Method

Do you want to Unroot Amazon Kindle Fire?

If yes, then you’re in the right place.

There can be several reasons why you might want to Unroot your tablet.

Don’t worry; whatever those reasons are, I have shared a step-by-step procedure that is easy and safe to Unroot your tablet in this guide.

About Amazon Kindle Fire

Before we start to Unroot Amazon Kindle Fire, let’s first check specs of the device.

Amazon Kindle Fire

Source: GSMArena

Name: Amazon Kindle Fire
Brand: Amazon
Release Date: Released on 2011, November
Body: 413g, 11.4mm thickness
OS: Android 2.3
Chipset: TI OMAP 4430
Storage: 8GB storage, no card slot
Camera: NO, No video recorder
Screen: 7.0", 600x1024 pixels
Battery: 4400mAh, Li-Ion

What is Unrooting?

Let’s first understand what is root?

Rooting your Android tablet gives you complete control over your tablet. You can install applications, change system settings, and do more restricted changes with root access.

In short, rooting means getting more control over your tablet. Mostly we only need to root Stock ROM as Custom ROMs come with root access.

Unrooting means uninstalling root and removing the root access, and restoring permission on your tablet as they were before.

Advantages of Unrooting Amazon Kindle Fire?

There are various reasons for Unrooting Amazon Kindle Fire. Some of the common reasons are:

  1. First, you can receive OTA Update from the manufacturer.
  2. Banking and other apps which don’t work on rooted devices will start working.
  3. No Privacy Issues
  4. To claim Warranty
  5. For peace of mind

Disadvantages of Unrooting Amazon Kindle Fire?

Once you Unroot your device, you will lose access to all the features that come after rooting.

  1. You will lose the ability to modify your device settings and software
  2. You can’t uninstall system apps anymore.
  3. You can’t install custom Kernel.

How to Unroot Amazon Kindle Fire?

Step 1: Verify Root

It does not make sense to go through this process if your tablet is not rooted, right? Therefore first check if your device is rooted or not.

Verifying Root installation is very easy. Since most of the users already know, I am skipping the process.

You can follow this guide – How to check if your tablet is Rooted, If you don’t know how to verify root.

Step 2: Finding Root Method

There are multiple methods through which you can Root a device. For example, you can root a device with Magisk, SuperSU, TWRP Recovery, KingRoot, and other tools.

popular root managers

To Unroot your Amazon Kindle Fire, we first need to find how your Amazon Kindle Fire was rooted.

These are popular rooting methods are-

  • Using Magisk
  • Using SuperSU
  • Using KingRoot

If you have rooted your device using any methods above, you will see a root manager app. It is recommended to Unroot only using the Rooting method you used. Check the image above and look for the same icon in your app drawer.

The root manager app allows you to control which apps on your device get the root access.

If you don’t remember the method used, look for the following apps on your tablet.

Step 3: Unrooting Various Rooting Methods

Unroot Amazon Kindle Fire using Magisk

Magisk is a root manager and a framework for root apps. It has been designed to be lightweight, fast, stable, and compatible.

Unquestionably, Magisk is the best and most powerful root manager application. The development team has been working on this root manager for a long time.

If you have rooted your tablet using Magisk, then it will be easy to Unroot it. Follow the steps below to Unroot Amazon Kindle Fire using Magisk-

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  1. Open the Magisk App.
  2. Scroll down, and tap on the “Uninstall” button.
  3. You will see an Uninstall Magisk popup. If you want to remove all traces of Magisk, tap on “Complete Uninstall.”
  4. You will see “” being downloaded. Once the download is complete, Magisk will flash it automatically. Then, your device will restart, and you can see that the Magisk manager has been removed.
  5. Congratulations! Your device is now Successfully Unrooted.

Take a look at Common Problems of Amazon Kindle Fire if you're facing issues such as Overheating, Screen Problems, Slow/Laggy UI, Fast Battery Drain, Charging, and other problems on your Amazon Kindle Fire.

Unroot Amazon Kindle Fire using SuperSU

SuperSU was a popular rooting app that allows you to control root access on your device.

The SuperSU is a tiny but powerful application. The app itself is not that complicated and is pretty easy to use.

If you have used SuperSU Root Manager to root your device, it will not be hard to Unroot your device.

That is because the SuperSU has an inbuilt Unroot function that we will use in this guide.

Unrooting Amazon Kindle Fire using SuperSU

  1. Open the SuperSU app.
  2. Tap on “Settings.”
  3. Scroll down, and then Tap on “Full unroot.”
  4. Tap on “Continue.”
  5. It will ask if it should attempt to restore the stock boot image, Tap “Yes.” Then it will ask if it should attempt to restore the stock recovery, tap on “Yes.”
  6. The Unrooting process will begin in the background, wait for it to complete, and then restart your device. You will see that SuperSU is no longer available in your App Drawer.
  7. Congratulations! You successfully Unrooted Amazon Kindle Fire.

Unroot Amazon Kindle Fire using Kingroot

Kingroot is a powerful Android rooting tool that has been in the Android rooting scene for a while now.

It is well-known for its root capabilities, stability, and security.

It is an easy-to-use rooting tool that has a user-friendly interface and does not require a lot of technical knowledge to use.

If you have used Kingroot to root your device, then it’s very easy to Unroot your device.

  1. Open your app drawer, find the “KingRoot” app, and run it.
  2. Unrooting Amazon Kindle Fire using KingRoot, Step 1 & Step 2Tap on the three-dot menu on the top right corner of the app and then tap on “General settings.”
    Unrooting Amazon Kindle Fire using KingRoot, Step 3, Step 4 & Step 5
  3. Tap “Uninstall KingRoot” on the bottom. And then tap on “Continue” on the Uninstall KingRoot popup.
  4. Once the process is complete, the root is now uninstalled from your device.
  5. Congratulations! Your tablet is now successfully Unrooted.

Frequently Asked Questions

How can I Unroot my Amazon Kindle Fire?

You can Unroot Amazon Kindle Fire by following the methods we have shared in this article.

What happens if I Unroot my Amazon Kindle Fire?

If you Unroot your tablet, you will lose access to all the additional features you gained when you rooted your Amazon Kindle Fire.

Is it safe to Unroot Amazon Kindle Fire?

If appropriately done, Unrooting is safe. This guide was created after thorough research. It is safe to Unroot your tablet by following this guide.

Will I lose my data if I Unroot Amazon Kindle Fire?

No, Unrooting will not erase any data. Instead, the patch files are deleted, and stock files are restored.

Does Unrooting restore the Amazon Kindle Fire warranty?

Yes, Unrooting your will restore the warranty from Amazon.


The above steps should be able to help you to Unroot your Amazon Kindle Fire. If you have successfully Unrooted your device, then congratulations.

Please comment below if you have any questions or queries regarding the Unrooting process.

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