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Amazon's recent root-destroying Kindle Fire update 6.2.1 not only removed existing roots but disabled the easiest means of re-rooting — SuperOneClick. But what if you want to keep your root more than update? Gizmodo's Chris Beidelman has devised this ingenious and simple workaround.


Dr. Raymond Soneira of DisplayMate Technologies has made it his mission to suss out the best smartphone, tablet, HDTV, and multimedia displays from the worst with his Display Technology Shoot-Out series. Here, the best of the tablet readers fight.


Amazon rolled out its newest software update for the Kindle Fire — version 6.2 — this evening. Initial reports indicate that it both de-roots your jailbroken device and removes access to the Android Market. But don't worry — the borking is reversible.