The Amazon Kindle Fire HD 7 inch tablet just came out a few days ago and is one of the tablets to bear this holiday season. Amazon has invested a ton of time and effort into developing their own UI, to make the Android experience very unique. One of the drawbacks is that advertisements are being served on the homescreen and other screens on the device. Sure you can remove them for a one time fee of $15, but now you have other options.
Today, the good folks at Android Police have reported on a new method to root the Kindle Fire 7 HD and give you a stock Android experience. This method of rooting came from the Asus Transformer prime, which also has a locked bootloader. You can find full instructions, along with all the files you need HERE.