If you thought that the Amazon Kindle Fire was just for reading, you may want to think again. Some intelligent modders got their hands dirty on the Kindle Fire and have finally emerged victorious, running Android 4.1 Jelly Bean on the tablet.
The modders have uploaded a walkthrough video showing you how you can do it yourself. You can see the video below.
It’s a pretty big achievement, but it’s not really perfect yet. You will find many bugs, including video-playback and Wi-Fi issues. It’s basically a Nexus 7 for which you don’t have to become poorer by £160.
However, do keep in mind that it is not really an official download so if you wanna do it for yourself, you’re doing so at completely your own risk. If things go wrong, you may end up ruining your Kindle Fire completely.
Android smartphones are currently leading the smartphone segment globally, accounting for at least 50% of the total smartphones sold in Germany, US, UK, France, Spain, Italy and Australia, according to Kantar Worldpanel ComTech. Android is extremely popular in Spain, accounting for 84.1 percent of total sales! With Jelly Bean about to roll out soon, Android is only going to climb higher.