Also for the Amazon Kindle Fire and Nook Tablet, the first Android 4.3 is now available in the form of a custom ROM.
Many users of smartphones and tablets already had to let some of the manufacturers in terms of upgrade policy like – for some reason the Android software namely update to update hardware-hungry, at least if you believe the information provided by the manufacturer . For that is often the advanced reason why older devices, an update will be denied, but with the release of Android 4.3 Kindle for the Fire and the first Nook Tablet prove the developers of CyanogenMod once again that this is not a very good argument.
Strictly speaking, the requirement should be reduced to the more hardware resources with other updates and actually works as Jelly Bean still much more efficient than Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. The stuttering and delays that come up in jelly-bean-ROMs are rather due to lack of support from the manufacturer, because the development of custom ROMs without the corresponding source code, and new driver is very difficult.
The Nook Tablet and the Amazon Kindle Fire have a lot in common – both devices were originally ships with a customized version of Android 2.3 Gingerbread, and have a 7-inch IPS display with 1024 × 600 pixels. The status of the custom ROM is indeed only “nightly” and not “stable”, according to work experience in the nightlies but already all the basic functions.
Click here to Custom ROM for the Kindle Fire
Click here to Custom ROM for the Nook Tablet
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