Today I am going to share a tutorial on how to root Kindle fire 6.3.1. Amazon released a small software update for the Kindle Fire recently. It gives users a bit more control over some security settings allowing them block children or other unauthorized users from accessing some content.

Like all previous software updates, Kindle Fire Software Version 6.3.1 is downloaded and installed automatically without any user intervention. And like all previous updates if you have a rooted Kindle Fire 3.2 tablet, the new software will remove your root access. But apparently , it’s extraordinarily simple to re-root the Amazon Kindle Fire after that update.

Disclaimer:  Let me tell you some things, rooting Kindle Fire on Latest 6.3.1 Firmware with this type of methods is not always safe and you must be aware of what you do. Being Android will not be liable if your device gets damaged or bricked during the process.

Procedure to Root Kindle Fire on Latest 6.3.1 Firmware:

1. Download the Kindle Fire Utility Tool Package from here to your computer. Once downloaded, extract all the files on your personal computer. Make sure you have downloaded all files.

2. Now connect your Amazon Kindle Fire to the computer with the help of USB cable and click on “install_drivers” option which is an executable file present in the extracted folder. You must need to install the drivers so as to get away from the error related to the fastboot mode.

3. Click on “Run” to open the same and then you will get to view the below mentioned screen. Now, you can see that there will be 6 options in all as shown below,

4. Now select any of these options mentioned. You can now select from the Normal, Fastboot, Recovery and you can check ADB / Fastboot mode. You can choose any option as per your requirement.

5. Burrito Root will temporarily root the device and not permanent root. You just need to follow the on screen instructions to root the same as shown below.

6. Next you will then be given man options as shown below which includes options like replacing the framework, wallpapers shown in the lock screen, unlocking wallpaper, mount read only / read-write options as shown in the below screen capture.

7. If at all you get any prompts asking for the permissions, you need to accept the same.

That’s it guys, you have now successfully rooted and installed the custom Recovery image in your device with the help of simple steps. Share your views via comments below.