Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich is the best operating system for Android platform now. And lot of custom ROM developers is focusing to develop ICS ROM for all Android devices. Here is another Android 4.0 ICS ROM for Amazon Kindle Fire ~ CM9 Reloaded Android 4.0 ICS ROM. What makes CM9 Reloaded Android 4.0 ICS ROM special? It has CPU overclocked to 1.3 GHz by default. And added several goodies like Apex Launcher, ICS Browser+, Play music, books & movies, Maps + Street view, Touch screen helper, ROM Toolbox…
Hmm… Being overclocked to 1.3 GHz but still getting lower Antutu Benchmark score than Energy CM9 Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich ROM for Kindle Fire. What is going wrong here? Poor kernel or ROM? Anyway, do visit XDA website to get the latest CM9 Reloaded ICS ROM and updates. Oh, by the way, you need to install Google Apps fix too after installed this ROM.
Installation guide ~ How to install custom Android ROM on Kindle Fire with TWRP 2.0? (Video)
Download CM9 Reloaded Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich ROM v1.1 for Kindle Fire here.
Download Google Apps fix here.
How do you then install the google app fix?
Same like install ROM.
Any idea on when video will work? otherwise its great
No idea. But ICS kernel developer is working hard to enable it as soon as possible. 😉
how to reinstall ics using a computer because my kindle was running off it and i uninstalled it by mistake
Hi kris, please refer to the installation guide in the article.
hey I have a kindle fire with CM7 and galaxy tab p1000 build prop installed. I want to install cm9 ics reloaded v1.3 rom and how do I do it? will the tablet work with GT P1000 build prop when I install this ics rom? and if not how do I change the build prop to get the original kindle fire build prop? reply ASAP!
Hi Nadeem, please refer to the installation guide. It will replace your existing Android OS.
And which version of Gapps works with Cm9 ocs reloaded v1.3?? Will Gapps be installed when I install this ice reloaded cm9 v1.3 rom?
The one in the article. No, you need to install it manually.