Amazon’s Kindle Fire Gets 6.2.1 Update To Improve Performance
Amazon has launched their first Android-based tablet called Kindle Fire official to the general public with their own app store few weeks ago. Today, Amazon rolls out an update version of 6.2.1 to Kindle Fire tablet which removes root access and improves the performances as well.
Amazon Kindle Fire 6.2.1 upgrade lets you remove books, applications or other content from the carousel of recent used items on the homescreen, together with a password ability to stop WiFi root access. Update brings performance improvement, with in-app and in-browser scrolling tweaked for a smoother experience, the Wi-Fi connection can be password protected for devices used by children. Its great!
The update also brings smoother scrolling and the ability to remove the Facebook link/mobile app that comes pre-loaded on the device. However the bad news is that its also removes root privileges and may cause other problems for users that have rooted their tablets and installing the new update, which will roll out automatically to Kindle Fire owners over the next few weeks, will remove root access from such devices.
You can now manually update your Kindle Fire tablet to 6.2.1 by downloading from the Kindle Software update page from here, or you will be automatically updated, which will be rolling out for all Kindle fire users within couple of days.