Amazon’s Kindle Fire is definitely a showstopper with its impressive specifications. The device is selling like hotcakes, with over 1 million units sold in a span of 21 consecutive days. Since its inception, the Kindle Fire was touted as the best-selling product in Amazon stores for 11 weeks straight.
It was also the most gifted and most wished-for device during the holiday season. It’s no surprise that the Android underground community is pledging support for the magnificent device by bringing Ice Cream Sandwich to it.
While development is still going on, the guys at XDA Developers managed to whip out an interesting alpha version of an Ice Cream Sandwich ROM for the Kindle Fire. Featuring a dual-core 1 GHz processor and 512 MB RAM, the Kindle Fire certainly deems fit for an upgrade.
Before you get your hands on the unofficial ICS port we recommend that you must at least have basic knowledge on how to flash custom ROMs on your device.
We will not be held liable for any damage that may occur on your device during the installation process. Proceed at your own risk.
Since the ROM is still under heavy development, you can expect bugs and issues. Here are possible workarounds for some of the known issues:
Congratulations! You have successfully upgraded your Kindle Fire to Ice Cream Sandwich.
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