A few days ago, we talked about CyanogenMod 7 port for Kindle Fire. A young developer who goes by the name of JackpotClavin came up with it; he posted two photos which showed a pre-alpha build of CyanogenMod 7 running on the Kindle Fire but did not release the required files, that is until today when he updated the official thread over on XDA. Check out our step-by-step guide on how to flash CyanogenMod 7 on your Kindle Fire after the jump!
After Amazon released the source code for their new Kindle Fire tablet and its subsequent rooting, the Android developer community has already managed to get popular custom ROM CyanogenMod working on it. Check out the details after the jump!
For those unfamiliar, CyanogenMod is an aftermarket custom firmware for Android which allows for many of the features not available in the actual firmware releases. These features include FLAC playback, theming, and incognito (or private) browsing.
The developer community is getting closer and closer to a stable Android port for the HP TouchPad. In a video uploaded recently, Redmond Pie has learned that CyanogenMod 7 for the HP TouchPad has got multitouch working, GPU acceleration has been enabled and the popular custom ROM just looks better on the TouchPad thanks to “proper pixel formatting”.