Amazon has released their first Android-based tablet called Kindle Fire a few weeks ago, which now gets the new build of CyanogenMod.
The new build of CyanogenMod 7 for Amazon Kindle Fire is now available, which is a custom version of Google’s Android 2.3 Gingerbread. CM7 for Kindle fire brings the audio support and offers much more Google-like experience than the default software that comes with Amazon’s tablet.
Here’s that video shows CyanogenMod 7 running on Amazon Kindle Fire, after the break, watch it:
Some more: JackpotClavin who released the first build of CyanogenMod 7 for Kindle Fire last week that didn’t work.
Then he has started working on porting CyanogenMod 9 to the Kindle Fire. That will bring Google’s new Android 4.0 operating system to the tablet. he’s pretty much abandoned his CM7 work, calling it a proof of concept and recommending that users hold off on installing it.
After him took place by Whistlestop who released an updated version of CM7 for the Fire and this time audio worked on Amazon Kindle tablet. There are still few bugs, but he’s working to fix them and he is hoping to figure out how to enable support for Bluetooth on Amazon’s Fire tablet as well.
Make sure, and if you already have installed JackpotClavinls version of CM7, then now installing this new update is a snap. You’ll have to do is simply download the update.zip file from the first one in his forums thread and use it instead of Jackpots one.
Then follow our full step by step guide which instructs you to installing CyanogenMod 7 onto the Kindle Fire from the post here .
Before following the install process, please make a note that you’ll lose most data and settings, so better to backup all your important data or files before getting started.