Amazon Kindle Fire

There's the trifecta, folks. We've got ADB access on the Kindle Fire, you can already root the Kindle Fire with SuperOneClick, and Amazon's already dropped the source code for public consumption, which is darn nice of them (and also required under the open-source agreements used in Android).

Not a whole lot most of us can do with the binaries, but it's another big step on the road to custom ROMs.

Download: Kindle Fire Source Code; Source: Amazon; via BriefMobile
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There are 3 comments

mullrat#WN says:

Wow that's actually great news. Encouraging for the future of forked versions of android.

bhayden25 says:

It would just be easier to use Android Injector to side load apps. Now its nice to see the thing already rooted and the source code out in the open. But with such limited space your not going to be able to have very many custom roms on it

frmorrison says:

ROMs don't take up much space. The existing Fire ROM space taken is 1.5gb.