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May 07, 2020 · Make sure your Kindle Fire is rootable. Kindle Fires running FireOS 5.3.1 and older can be rooted. To check your Kindle Fire's operating system, swipe down from the top of the screen, tap Settings, tap Device Options, tap System Updates, and review the operating system number to the right of the "Your device is running Fire OS" heading. You’ve rooted your Kindle Fire HDX. All you need to do now is watch the two screens to make sure the process runs its full course. You may need to unlock the Kindle a few times when it goes into rest mode or reboots. When the rooting is done, you’ll receive a message on your computer screen to tell you of the good news. And what happens then?