It must be said that the Kindle Touch e-book reader from Amazon is not exactly the beefiest kid on the block when it comes to system specifications and hardware performance, but that does not mean it is a slouch in its performance, either. No sir, you won’t find Google’s Android operating system running on the Kindle Touch, but that does not mean the Kindle Touch has been banished to development hell by the homebrew community. No sir, developer Yifan Lu has come up with a method to “jailbreak” the Kindle Touch – and the method of doing so is so simple, you might have kicked yourself wondering why didn’t you think of it before to lay claim to your 15 minutes of fame.
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