With Amazon’s Kindle Fire being priced at $199, it is a rather affordable Android tablet, which we suspect could be the reason for its high rate of adoption. This has resulted in many Android owners buying the tablet, rooting it and installing a custom ROM on it to replace the default Amazon UI that shipped with the tablet. If that is the main reason behind your purchase of the Kindle Fire, you’re in luck as MIUI 4 for the Kindle Fire has been released.
If you were a fan of the previous build of MIUI for the Kindle Fire that was based on Android 2.3 Gingerbread, MIUI 4 is expected to bring the best of both worlds with it being based on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. The ROM will feature a UI that does not require hardware buttons, a quick settings panel, improved recent apps menu along with some MIUI-specific features such as a custom home screen, refined system panel with new themes, custom apps along with some Google apps preinstalled. Check out the video above to see the MIUI 4 in action on the Kindle Fire, or head over to RootzWiki for the download and instructions.
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