How To Use Cyanogen Mod 7 Custom ROM on Your Kindle Fire

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Few days after Amazon started to ship Kindle Fire, hackers has already find a way to install Android market on this device. Now, member of XDA developer forum named JackpotClavin has open the gate to a possibility for using Cyanogen Mod 7 custom ROM on Kindle Fire. CM7 custom ROM is based on Android 2.3 Gingerbread, but JackpotClavin is currently worked on a build that based on Android 4.0. CM7 is worked very well on Kindle Fire, except for one thing. The audio function is not working at the moment.

Before you do this steps, you must rooted your Kindle Fire first. Don’t forget to install Android Software Development Kit on your computer. If you’re done with those two, then you’re good to go.

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