Amazon’s Kindle Fire HD tablets are very affordable, and the hardware is pretty compelling. It’s just a crying shame that the Fire OS powering the device doesn’t quite have the feature set that we enthusiast have come to expect. But that’s nothing a little ROM action can’t address, and CyanogenMod has just the solution – nightlies for the 2012 Kindle Fire HD 7″ and 8.9.”
The builds currently available show up as experimental because they were produced on demand, but regular nightlies are due out starting today.
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Official CyanogenMod Support Arrives For The Amazon Kindle Fire HD 7" And 8.9", First Nightlies Up was written by the awesome team at Android Police.