Kindle Fire receives its first CyanogenMod7 ROM

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Amazon’s Kindle Fire receives unofficial CyanogenMod7 treatment a couple of months after its launch courtesy of JackpotClavin XDA Forum member, which brings Android 2.3 Gingerbread and working WiFi connectivity.

Although the ROM is fully functional raises a sum of new questions like ‘will the Amazon still see your device as a registered Kindle Fire owner,’ I doubt it or Amazon’s video app still work after a full wipe, according to people’s opinion the video app will work because it was reported running on unrooted devices all you need to do is to unroot CM7.

By the way you can always go back to an Amazon Android stock ROM and get that owner registration work again.

If you own a Kindle Fire and want to get a taste of CM7 head over to XDA Developers forum and get all the needed files.

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