New CyanogenMod alpha available for Amazon Kindle Fire


For those of you that fall into the latter category, you’ll be pleased to know that a new alpha build of the CyanogenMod ROM for the Kindle Fire has been released. The new version brings a whole bunch of improvements to your Android Ice Cream Sandwich experience on the tablet. The latest build also brings a number of bug fixes, although there are still a few bugs being worked on which include no support for hardware decoding, which means that HD video on YouTube and Netflix doesn’t work.
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