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Experimental Kindle Fire bootloader dual boots 2 operating systems

The Amazon Kindle Fire may only have 8GB of storage space, but when properly partitioned that’s plenty of room for more than one operating system. In fact it’s possible to dual boot CyanogenMod 7 and CyanogenMod 9 on the tablet, letting you choose between Android 2.3 and Android 4.0. The only problem is that most […]

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How to install TWRP 2.0 touch-based recovery on the Kindle Fire (backup, restore, flash custom firmware)

The folks at Team Win have released a new recovery tool for Android devices called Team Win Recovery Project 2.0. It’s an alternative to the popular ClockworkMod Recovery utility, and lets you backup or restore your device, install custom ROMs, or make other changes. Update: Note that this article was written in 2011 and refers […]