Posts Tagged ‘Kindle Fire’

About four days ago, Amazon released an update for their Kindle Fire tablet. This update, version 6.2.1, brought nice additions like WiFi passwords, improved scrolling but also brought with itself a patch that broke all previous methods to root Kindle Fire. Today, Android Police and Rootzwiki have released an all new root tool for the Kindle Fire called BurritoRoot that works not just for older versions of Kindle Fire’s software but also for the latest! Details after the jump!

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We came across some very exciting news today: the Android modding community has managed to boot Android 4.0.1 Ice Cream Sandwich on Amazon’s Kindle Fire and a video has been uploaded which shows the work-in-progress ROM. Check out the details after the jump!

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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!

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Now owners of the new Kindle Fire Android tablet can get their Plex on, after the popular media app found its way to the device recently.

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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!

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Android Market is not available officially on the newly released Kindle Fire. Since Amazon released the source code for the Fire, however, the device had been rooted making it possible to add it anyway. Follow our step-by-step instructions and you’ll be well on your way to browsing the Market then installing apps and games right on your device!

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Amazon today entered the burgeoning tablet market, with its own 7″ Android-powered tablet set to offer some much needed competition for, well, we don’t really know. See, this new offering from Amazon is a bit of an anomaly. Yes, it’s a 7″ tablet, and granted it’s running some form of Google’s Android operating system under the hood, but chances are users will never really know.

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