My kindle fire had the 6.2.1 update when I rooted it, and I installed the (then) Android market. So all goes well, then Amazon pushed out the 6.2.2 update and removed the rooting I had done. Nothing really major.
Now onto the problem, I recently updated the Amazon Kindle app from the Android market (aka Google Play) and it managed to messup the default launcher that displays the book carousel, nothing showed there except for the favorites.
And nothing would display under the "Docs" tab, and I can't open PDFs like I used to. But then it started to display my e-books there but not PDFs. However, the books displayed now have pixelated covers and open through the new kindle app.
I was just wondering if I would need to root to restore the original kindle app meant specifically for the kindle fire. I have a backup of it from when I had a backup app. Or do you think I should just wait for Amazon to push a new kindle fire update to automatically rewrite or fix the kindle app issue?
Because I'm pretty sure when I updated it through the Android Market that the firmware was rewritten with the new unintended app. I should have known better but here I am. I'm not expecting a miracle, and this isn't a time-critical matter. Anything is appreciated though.