Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich ROM on Amazon Kindle Fire is not perfect yet. Can’t use it as daily ROM. So I am using CyanogenMod 7 ROM on my Kindle Fire now. But I still want to have the ICS feel. So what should I do? Install Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich Tablet Theme on CM7 Kindle Fire. It does not have ICS features but will make my Kindle Fire looks like using ICS ROM (almost)…
Hey mom, I have Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich running on my Asus Eee PC 1215B netbook. Isn’t that great? Yup, you can try out latest Android 4.0.3 ICS on your PC now. No need to buy an Android phone like Samsung Galaxy Nexus to try it out. Android-x86 Project’s Android 4.0 ICS supports AMD Brazos platform, ASUS Laptops / Tablets, ASUS Eee PC family, Lenovo s103t tablet and Tega v2 (Atom N455 tablet). Feel free to try it out if you don’t have anyone of them. It might still working on your system.
I don’t have Android tablet until I got myself an Amazon Kindle Fire. The Android tablet interface is not the same like Android phone. But you don’t need to buy an Android tablet to find out. Because you can enable tablet mode in ParanoidDroid Hybrid ICS ROM for Samsung Galaxy S II. With ParanoidDroid Hybrid ICS ROM, you can enjoy best of both worlds ~ phone and tablet. Hmm… This ROM should be better on Samsung Galaxy Note with bigger and higher resolution screen. Because things are little bit small on Samsung Galaxy S2 screen. But no harm to it out too. And check out AROMA Installer too. You will love it.