Amazon has released a new software update for their Kindle Fire tablet, the update is Kindle Fire 6.2, and according to the guys over at Gizmodo if you have rooted your Kindle Fire device this software update will break the root.
The Kindle Fire 6.2 Software update comes automatically when you are connected to WiFi, and once the update is done your device is no longer rooted, although this can be reversed and the device can be rooted again.
You can find out more details about how to root your Amazon Kindle fire again after the 6.2 software update is applied over at Gizmodo.
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