Amazon has announced another software update for the recently released Kindle Fire tablet. This update comes as the second since the release and will bring the version up to 6.2. That being said, this latest update does not appear to add all that much over and above the 6.0 and 6.1 releases that we have already seen. According to the details coming from Amazon, the 6.2 update includes “improvements to the operation of your Kindle Fire.” The update should come automatically (assuming you are connected to Wi-Fi) however those looking to get the latest version now can grab your device and navigate to Quick Setttings and then Sync. The one catch, if you were one of the few that rooted your Kindle Fire — this update will remove that access. Of course, you can always turn around and re-root using the SuperOneClick app.
by Robert Nelson on November 30, 2011 at 11:10 am
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