CM9 Reloaded ICS ROM for Rooted Kindle Fire!

Here’s another great ICS ROM (with everything working) you can try on your rooted Kindle Fire, CM9 Reloaded ICS ROM!

This CM9 Reloaded ICS ROM features latest Android 4.0.4, 1.2Ghz overclocking, Apex/Trebuchet launchers, better battery life, and much more.

Give it a go and let me know what you think of this ROM!

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Download CM9 Reloaded ICS ROM

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7 Responses to CM9 Reloaded ICS ROM for Rooted Kindle Fire!

  1. AndroidUser says:

    The YouTube audio doesnt work.

  2. Kymani Whilby says:

    How comes calibre management doesnt work with this

  3. Terry Buckeye says:

    I’m not sure why I can’t get the PC to recognize the Kindle after flashing this ROM. Android debugging is enabled and the device shows op on the pc’s “devices and Printers” as Amazon. Love this ROM and would like to keep it, but need to transfer files…

    • hey im markiss….i have the same problem….to solve this u could boot into twarp mode and click mount….then click usb mount….then on your computer manually pull up the kindle fires drive….there u go….u can tranfer files that way

  4. Jon Brock says:

    Ive installed the CM9 reloaded on my kindle with TWRP with gapps and everything seem to have went fine but now i cant get past the welcome to amazone Kindle fire screen. When i click on the little green guy nothing happens. I can however get into the settings and what not to turn on the wifi but i cant get past this stupid welcome screen. Anyone have the same issue with a solution?

  5. Daniel Reed says:

    Not the most stable. Mine cant properly tell battery level, shuts off without warning, can’t charge over usb, or mount on my computer. Needs work

  6. Michal says:

    Seems like the brightness setting gets ignored.

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