Android Jelly Bean For Kindle Fire Now Available Through A Port

| July 11, 2012 | Reply

The Kindle Fire is the most successful Android tablet to date, for the next few weeks that is. The problem with the Kindle Fire is the UI is for basic users and has very little hints that the OS is even Android. Luckily, the tablet is easily hackable and has a ton of developer support. Developer hashcode over at XDA already has a working port of Android 4.1 Jelly bean for the Fire available. A few things aren’t working correctly like HD video and wifi needs an adb fix. Other that those things it seems to be pretty stable and getting good reviews. Head over to XDA and follow the post to try the rom out and follow progress.

Source: XDA

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