We have seen Cyanogen bring Android to tablets such as the webOS-defaulting TouchPad. Of course, we cannot forget that Cyanogen brings a very nicely done version of Android to numerous other devices that are already running Android. And well, it looks like that device list has since been increased by one. The latest to boot into CyanogenMod 7 is the Kindle Fire tablet. That being said, while the tablet does boot, the process looks like it still needs some time before it is ready for everyone and/or anyone to use. According to what has been posted thus far, CM7 will boot on the Kindle Fire however things such as the touchscreen are not working properly. But coming as a bonus, the Wi-Fi is working. With that, we suspect given the Kindle Fire had previously been rooted and now this — more playing will follow shortly.
by Robert Nelson on November 29, 2011 at 4:23 pm
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