There has been a lot going on since Amazon released Kindle Fire Tablet running on Android operating system. Right after the release, developers were able to identify the Single Click rooting method which allows users to add unofficial applications, games and themes. Things didn’t stop here, developers have now also managed to install original Google Android Market which is by default not available because it comes with preinstalled Amazon Android Market which is customized version of AndroidMarket covering only the applications and games which are available with Amazon app store.
A week back we reported you about the port of popular Custom Android ROM CyanogenMod 7 on Kindle Fire tablet and now developers have also managed to port Google’s latest Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich ROM on Kindle Fire tablet. An initial booting of Ice Cream Sandwich has been achieved and the moment only the touchscreen works. But considering how much has already been achieved by developers in a short span of time, a full fledged Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich port will be made available on near future.
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