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+ - The Amazon Kindle Fire HD 7 Has Already Been Rooted

Submitted by Anonymous Coward
An anonymous reader writes "Yesterday, XDA Developers forum users “kinfaus” and “pokey9000 were discussing how the latest devices from Amazon (the second-generation 7 Kindle Fire and the 7 Kindle Fire HD) come with more sophisticated protection than their predecessors, including locked bootloaders and “high security” features offered by their OMAP processors. Today, the devices have been rooted."
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The Amazon Kindle Fire HD 7 Has Already Been Rooted

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