New update for the Amazon Kindle Fire breaks root, disables SuperOneClick
0. phoneArena 20 Dec 2011, 04:04 posted on
The Amazon Kindle Fire is probably one of the most successful tablets out there - we still don’t know for sure, but most reports seem to agree on its huge sales…
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4. saiki4116 (Posts: 266; Member since: 31 Mar 2011)
i dont see anything evil,the hardware itself costs 190$.So Amazon is selling them with loss and they make up for the losses by selling amazon services.if someone is going to root and seperate from Amazon ecosystem,it is definitely a loss for Amazon,and they are trying to avoid it.If you are buying a subsidised product,you have to live with it........
6. buggerrer (Posts: 273; Member since: 21 Sep 2011)
I guess...but I don't think Amazon really needs anyone to protect its interests. It's kinda a strong healthy business, and making a profit is their responsibility and not mine.
I'd prefer the root.