In the last week, we have seen a developer from the famous developers forum has been just able to root his Kindle Fire, and as well as enabled to port the CyanogenMod 7 on it and makes a new wave in the Kindle Fire market. The CyanogenMod 7 port on Kindle Fire adds the unlimited ability in the device, and opens it to developers for their customizations. However, the first glimpse of the CyanogenMod 7 was a lot crashing ROM, as the ROM was in the very earlier alpha build.

Kindle Fire Running CyanogenMod 7

Today, the hacker behind the port has just released a modified CyanogenMod 7 ROM for the Kindle Fire users along with customized version of the ClockWorkMod and available the installation instruction of these ROM’s on the Amazons Kindle Fire hardware. However, the publicly launched CyanogenMod 7 also seems to be alpha build with limited support on the hardware, with no sound or hardware acceleration. Since the developer has released the ROM in public, users are started reporting the bug reports to the developer, in order to make the ROM less buggy than previous version.

According to the users, the CynaogenMod 7 port works more smoother than the default Amazons modified Android version. Cyanogen Mod 7 brings the stock Android 2.3 experience on the Kindle Fire hardware, and removes the limit from the Market. The developer has said to be working on the Ice Cream Sandwich port for the Kindle Fire. The worth note information is, there is currently no way to restore your device with stock Amazon modified ROM, and the service will also not work on the unroot device.

 

VIA xda-developers