Download & Install Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean AOSP ROM for Kindle Fire

Amazon Kindle Fire is not willing to leave behind. Yes, you can enjoy latest and fastest Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean on Kindle Fire too. Thanks to XDA Developer, Hashcode. We can all install Android 4.2.1 Jelly bean ROM for the Kindle Fire which is based on AOSP source straight from Google. Enjoy the new features on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean like multiple users, keyboard with gesture typing, updated Google Now? Sorry, it does not replace the latest Nexus 7 or Nexus 10. As usual, new Android ROM is not perfect. Luckily, most of the stuffs are working fine like hardware acceleration, HD codecs (YouTube & Netflix), sound and basic features. For the rest non-working features, you have to wait for next Jelly Bean AOSP ROM for Kindle Fire release…

Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean AOSP ROM for Kindle Fire

Software Information

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

Download Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean AOSP ROM for Kindle Fire here.


  1. Jayce, please do help me does CM10.1 ROM really don’t have the RADIO ?

    and how can i get the original ROM for my SGS3 pls. i did not back it up. am sorry bro. please . thank You in advance 🙂 ill be Very Happy for your help .
    God Bless

  2. my kindle is not rebooting after flash can you help me?
    It rebooted and optimized apps just didn’t proceed a head……….

  3. I just downloaded the cyanogyn mod on my kindle fire and i was wondering how do you get google play on it. It also won’t be recognized by my computer to put files on it.

  4. Hi Jayce,
    I have a question. I have an Amazon Kindle Fire which was rooted using the tips on your uber-helpful website here (thanks for that!).

    I now need to sell it and would like to restore it to factory defaults, but not to the stock Amazon Kindle Fire OS, but as a fresh CM7 modded Kindle Fire.

    I also have TWRP installed btw.

    Should I go into TWRP and wipe wipe cache/davlik > main menu > reboot system
    Then select gapps > press flash
    Then press reboot

    I haven’t tried this procedure so I thought I’d check with you fire. I just need to restore it back to a normal Amazon Kindle Fire with Cyanogen Mod 7 running 2.3 as it currently is but without my Google Account associated with it.



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