Amazon Kindle Fire is a nice budget Android tablet. It may not have all the features like iPad or high end Android tablet. But it is the price and customization that attract me. It is definitely worth the price after you installed custom Android ROM on Kindle Fire. You can enjoy Google Play Store instead of Amazon Appstore in custom ROM. Furthermore, custom ROMs are pre-rooted by default. Therefore, no worry about application that require root access. Here is the top best Android 2.3 Gingerbread ROM for Kindle Fire…
Yeah… More and more custom ROM for Amazon Kindle Fire. Here is MoDaCo Custom ROM for Kindle Fire from XDA Developer, paulobrien. MoDaCo Custom ROM is based on Amazon stock 6.2.1 software release. But heavily optimised and compressed to take as little space as possible. And promise to perform as fast as possible. No worry, it also includes Google Services Framework and Android Market. Of course, it is rooted as well and added SuperUser App. Insecure boot image is included too.
MoDaCo Custom ROM is based on official Samsung Galaxy S II ROM that either shipping or leaked. It was modified with optimisations, tweaks and complimentary additions that enhance the user experience. I took Gr5 vanilla edition for a test run. It is based on latest XXKH3 firmware, customised version of CF-Root and using own kernel with MoDaCo MCR optimisation scripts. And Samsung apps replaced by Google stock equivalents. Therefore, it is almost like AOSP Android ROM.