While many love Kindle Fire tablets, some can’t stand the way Amazon is holding them back from accessing all of the Android features. Those folks opt for custom ROMs which remove Amazon’s UI and provide savvy users with more control over their device’s look and feel.
CyanogenMod is now officially supporting the Kindle Fire HD 7 and Kindle Fire HD 8.9. That’s CyanogenMod 11, which comes with a relatively clean version of KitKat, plus a number of enhancements that make CyanogenMod the single most popular custom ROM on the planet.
Now we’ve no doubts most of you will like the CyanogenMod experience; however, if something goes wrong, you could end-up with a bricked device and void your warranty. If you’re not sure what you’re doing, perhaps this isn’t the step you want to take. In any case, you can’t hold IntoMobile responsible for any damage made to your device.
On the other hand, if you’ve been doing this in the past, check out the two links below to download CyanogenMod and cram it to you Kindle Fire HD. Good luck.