Amazon is rolling out the 6.2.2 update to its Kindle Fire tablets. The latest version of the Android software contains a handful of bug fixes and tweaks including the ability to use the Silk browser in full-screen mode. You can wait for the update to land on your Kindle Fire or download the update and install the software manually using the instructions on Amazon’s website. The update will remove root access, but the Burrito Root 2 utility has already been updated for this latest software version. Just run the rooting tool and you’ll be back in business.