Download & Install gedeROM CM9 Android 4.0.4 ICS ROM for Kindle Fire

Hashcode 3.0 kernel for Amazon Kindle Fire is so popular nowadays. Lot of ROM chefs are working hard to cook better Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich ROM for Kindle Fire. gedeROM for Kindle Fire is the latest ROM that based on CM9 Android 4.0.4 ICS and using 3.0 kernel. Besides, gedeROM added lot of goodies like overclocked to 1.2 GHz, Beats Audio (seriously, does it really work?), modified build.prop to make it as Samsung GALAXY Tab (GT-P1000) so most Gameloft are games working, decreased power consumption, modified Play Store (no country or device restrictions), SystemUI tweaks by JackpotClavin, custom hosts file to block ads, removed most non-core apps and Google Apps included…

gedeROM CM9 Android 4.0.4 ICS ROM for Kindle Fire

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CM9 Trebuchet Launcher
Software Information

Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich on Kindle Fire is getting better and better thanks to Hashcode 3.0 kernel. Will swap to ICS ROM permanently after Hashcode fix “shutdown” doesn’t shutdown all of the way and charger driver issues. Do visit XDA website for more information and download the latest build there.

Installation guide ~ How to install custom Android ROM on Kindle Fire with TWRP 2.0? (Video)

Download gedeROM Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich ROM for Kindle Fire here.


  1. Do you now or the back light sensor goes out in the AOKP ICS 4.0.4
    Can you let me no when it is fixed.

  2. Hi Jayce, this rom is great. The location service on the KF via WiFi is not working. Trying to watch live sports but it needs a location. Any way to make this work on this rom? A different rom? Thanks! You are very helpful.

  3. Hi Jayce, thanks for you information on all the Kindle´s tweaks. I just installed the latest build of the gedeRom running android 4.0.4, the buld itself is from April 13th. So far everything is great except for the fact that I can´t get my computer to read my Kindle Fire as a usb mass storage device. What´s more it says it´s a Galaxy Nexus. Is there anything I can do to fix this? Thanks a lot, have a good night!

    • Latest build v1.7 is based on 26-6-2012. Anyway, I don’t have USB mass storage issue on this ROM. Did you install Kindle Fire Utility USB driver previously?

      • My bad, I was mistaken. I do actually have the one released on 26-6-2010 and I downloaded it from here:

        Apparently the issue was that usb debugging was on. So I turned it off and now it works perfectly. What I am trying to do now is erasing as much bloatware to see if I can free up some memory. Do you have any suggestions as to which I can erase with Titanium backup? Also I noticed Apex and Trebuchet are the default launchers, but can we run ics stock? I am using Go Launcher but I want to find the best launcher that also uses the least resources.

        I pulled an all-nighter but I am very happy with how things are working now. Thanks a lot for your help Joyce!


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