GalaxyUser a member of the Xda-developers forum has released an early port of a Kindle Fire HD tablet based ROM for the Samsung Nexus S smartphone.
Firmware to run on the Amazon Kindle Fire tablets has been available from the likes of CyanogenMod since its arrival but the latest Kindle tablets have been equipped with locked bootloaders, making it a little tricker for developers to crack.
However GalaxyUser has taken a different approach and ported the ROM to a totally different Android device, in the form of the Samsung Nexus S smartphone with great results.
However currently within the initial release, sound, Bluetooth, camera, and a number of other features are still unusable, and the Wi-Fi connection is still a little touch-and-go. But GalaxyUser says the next build will add support for audio and camera functionality. For more information jump over to the Xda Developers forums.
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