I'm a pirate. Not the type of pirate that searches for buried treasure and rides a boat, but the type you'd expect to see here: one that downloads ROMs, ISOs, MP3s, and MP4s for free because the albums/discs/cartridges are somewhat hard to come by (or I don't feel like going to Walmart or GameStop). I always plan on getting those games, movies, or albums (maybe not the albums) legitimately, but I never do. I also download APKs onto my Kindle Fire. I have the Google Play Store and Lucky Patcher on it, and that's just the beginning. One of the games I downloaded legitimately was Super Mario Run, but since I don't have a credit card or PayPal account (I'm only a teenager), I can only access the first four levels (not a lot of Nintendo points, eh?). However, I don't quit. I searched for a way to get in-app purchases for free, and did you see Lucky Patcher up there in the title and the third paragraph? That's when I found it. So I downloaded it and followed a guide to use it. It worked, so I uninstalled the original app and installed the patched one, and... Super Mario Run crashed. I hoped this would be the way to decently use the even newer Android port of Sonic 2 without ads but with multiplayer, but no. I looked it up to see if anybody else had this problem, and they told me to remove the ODEX file. (huh?) I followed their instructions, but it didn't give me the option. What was going on? I assumed the problem was the fact that my device wasn't rooted. I looked up how to root a Kindle Fire 5th gen with firmware 188.8.131.52, but apparently, you can't root this dastardly combination. So, if anyone knows my problem and how to fix it without rooting my device, there is one word left to say. HELP!