You may have noticed after you rooted your Kindle Fire that you are no longer able to access Amazon Prime On Demand Streaming TV and Movies. That is a big bummer as this is probably one of the main reasons you purchased your KFire! You can easily get around this by temporarily unrooting your device. Obviously you can do a full unroot by connecting the Kindle Fire to your PC and running the SuperOneClick Unroot option similar to the Root option you used to root your device, but this would be very inconvenient as you would then have to reconnect to the PC to once again obtain root.
Their is an easier way OTA Root Keeper can be downloaded for free from the android market. Check out my Android Market install video here .
It allows you to easily temp unroot your device. It backs up the SU and then restores it when you are ready to have root access again! For more info check here https://market.android.com/search?q=ota+root+keeper&so=1
How to Temporary Unroot Kindle Fire
Note: This tutorial is assuming you are rooted and have Android Market installed. You can refer to my other tutorial for help on these subjects.
Step 1: Install OTA RootKeeper from Android Market
Step 2: Tap “Temp. un-root (keeps backup)”. This will temporarily unroot your device and saves a protected copy of su
Step 3: Go to More > Settings > Applications > Amazon Instant Video > Force Stop to kill the Amazon Instant Video app
Step 4: Restart Amazon Instant Video and now your “Watch Now” button should play your video when you tap it
I highly suggest watching the video for more verbose direction. OTA RootKeeper is super easy to install and use, and best of all, it’s free!