In many cases, a failed installation of a custom ROM often results in a soft-bricked device. With so many tutorials promising safe procedures for upgrading your device, there’s some chance that you could end up scratching your head thinking about what could possibly have gone wrong.
With over a million devices already sold, the Amazon Kindle Fire is certainly the best Android tablet around town. Featuring a decent dual-core 1 GHz processor and an entertaining 7-inch IPS display, the Kindle Fire is no ordinary device to mess around with. Flashing custom ROMs and over-the-air (OTA) updates are just some of the few reasons that could likely brick your precious device during a failed attempt.
Owners of the Amazon Kindle Fire who have soft-bricked their devices will finally be able to unbrick their tablets and bring it back to life. Thanks to the application known as the Kindle Fire Unbrick Utility developed by the guys at XDA-Developers, you can now resurrect your Kindle Fire to full gear.