Looks like the folks over at cm have been keeping busy. Amazon had released the source code for the Kindle Fire a couple days back and the cm team is making some pretty damn good progress in porting the cm7 rom over to the newly released tablet. Developer JackpotClavin mentions that the touch controls are off and how they had to modify the menus within Clockwork recovery so that they could choose the correct options for flashing the rom properly. I knew it was only a matter of time before the new Kindle got whacked by the cm train (seeing as how it’s already compatible on well over 50 different devices) but god damn!!
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