Get your Amazon Kindle Fire to Run Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean via this CM10.1 ROM
While the iPads are still the world’s highest selling slates, the only contender that has taken it down to the nerves of Apple is the little Amazon Kindle Fire. Released back in late 2011, the little slate holds the record of the world’s best selling Android tablet to it’s name. Back then, it boasted the most robust set of hardware and that just seems to be the reason behind the Kindle Fire becoming a favorite for the developer’s community as the list of updates is amongst the best of the lot and is still ticking while we have this latest on in the slot for you.
This is an Android 4.2.2 CM10.1 based ROM which can be flashed onto your Amazon Kindle Fire to fetch it the latest set of firmware that one can avail at the present moment of time. CM10.1 or Cyanogenmod 10.1 is the latest off-market firmware released by the best in the business, the Cyanogenmod team and is based on the latest Android 4.2.2 which started to seed only a week back to the Nexus family.
Done with that, let’s begin with the installation tutorial of the ROM.
How to Install CM10.1 Jelly Bean ROM on your Amazon Kindle Fire
Download the file from here and meanwhile, Connect your Phone to the Computer via USB Cable and then copy the downloaded flashable zip file to your internal sdcard which is the /sdcard/ folder. Disconnect your device from the PC, turn it off and boot it device into the Recovery mode. Before you proceed, please make sure to have made a nandroid backup in the recovery mode so that you can revert back if you wish to.
Now wipe all previous data/Do a factory reset and then select the option to apply an update zip, and select the zip file you copied to the internal sd card and flash the zip file you downloaded above. Done with that, go back and select “Reboot system now”.
If you have followed each and every step stated above in the way they are, sit back and relax. You are all set to enjoy the latest of Android on your slate but be a bit patient as the first boot may take a bit longer than usual and in some cases, a bit too long. After your device boots successfully, configure it properly to get started with Android 4.2.2 in your hands!
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