A new version of Ice Cream Sandwich, CyanogenMod 9 Alpha has been released for Amazon Kindle Fire. The tablet initially shipped with a customized version of Android 2.3 Gingerbread, now running CM9 Alpha smoothly, which is a version based on Google Android 4.0/Ice Cream Sandwich.
The latest CyanogenMod 9, however, for the Kindle Fire comes with a range of improvements and new features, but there are also a number of bug fixes that Developers are still trying to fix. The new improvements include: a custom lock screen with the camera option removed, as the Kindle Fire doesn’t have a camera, and the addition of a menu of CyanogenMod options when the power button is held down (users can take screen shots, adjust audio settings, shutdown or reboot the tablet).
New build brings a number of bug fixes include: no support for hardware video decoding, sleep-related bugs, the CPU getting stuck at high or low speeds, and Flash video not playing in the web browser, which means that HD video on YouTube and Netflix doesn’t work.
Head over to link below for more details and for downloading the new CM9 Alpha build with step-by-step guide.
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