Cracked Kindle Fire, Can Run Android 4.0 OS
Cracked Kindle Fire with Ice Cream Sandwich Android still not perfect
Kindle Fire tablets from Amazon’s has achieved high popularity in the U.S. Thanks to cheap price. So far, the Kindle Fire still running Android version that has been specially adapted (customized) by Amazon. But now the tablet called Cracked Kindle Fire.
However, as quoted by PC World, a carcker named Steven claimed to have successfully run Ice Cream Sandwich Android in the Kindle Fire. He also shows the Cracked Kindle Fire result in a video on YouTube and submit it to the XDA Developers Forum.
Indeed, the results of Cracked Kindle Fire are still not perfect. Audio support, WiFi, accelerometer and light sensor can not be found on the Cracked Kindle Fire tablet. Steven reportedly intends to publish open source projects specifically to run the Ice Cream Sandwich operating system in the Kindle Fire. He will share the code that he used in the demo on this project.
So far, the Kindle has succeeded in Fire-root to install the Android Market. Supposedly, Kindle Fire only provides access to Amazon AppStore. In addition, CyanogenMod7 custom ROM (based on Android 2.3 / Gingerbread) is also available to install on KindleFire.
Amazon seems not much react to these actions. They had issued OS updates to disable root access. But users can still perform root device reset.
Want to know more, please see the video about Cracked Kindle Fire below …
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