Kindle Fire owners have been using firmware 6.2.1 for nearly a month now. Amazon changed that, however, with the new 6.2.2 update. It isn’t nearly as significant as last month’s UI-improving 6.2.1 update, but it’s rolling out now nonetheless.
This is a minor update for the Kindle Fire. In fact, the only notable change is a button in the Silk browser that lets you browse in full-screen mode. Actually, there is one more noticeable change: the new update breaks root and returns your tablet to unrooted settings.