New Kindle Fire Android 4.0 ROM adds custom lock screen, bug fixes

A group of developers are continuing to work on improved versions of Google Android 4.0 for the Amazon Kindle Fire. Amazon’s $199 tablet ships with a customized version of Android 2.3 Gingerbread, but by rooting the tablet and installing custom software it’s possible to turn it into an (almost) full-fledged Android tablet running CyanogenMod 9, a […]

Android 4.0 for the Kindle Fire: Now with working audio

Developer JackpotClavin has released a new build of CyanogenMod 9 for the Amazon Kindle Fire. The latest version of Android 4.0 for the tablet includes one major update: audio now works properly. Update 1/31/2012: There’s an even newer build that includes several new bug fixes and additional features.  When the first build was released in late […]

Early, buggy build of Android 4.0 for Kindle Fire now available

The Amazon Kindle Fire ships with a custom version of Google Android which is designed to work with Amazon’s music, movie, book, and app stores. But people have been replacing the official Kindle Fire software with custom versions of Android almost as long as the tablet has been available — and now the tools are […]