It looks like Amazon won’t be playing the same cat and mouse game that Apple’s does with its iPad and hackers, who jailbreak the device, as Amazon’s Jon Jenkins, who is the director of Amazon’s Silk browser project has confirmed.
Speaking to PC Mag, Jenkins said that Amazon won’t help hackers root the device, be he also said that they wont go out of their way to stop people rooting the Kindle Fire.
“It’s going to get rooted, and what you do after you root it is up to you,” Jenkins said.
We suspect that the Amazon Kindle Fire tablet is going to be popular amongst the Android community, considering its specifications and low price.
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