AMAZON KINDLE FIRE HD 7 Posts on XDA

Charge Your Kindle Fire HD 7″ Faster… Much Faster

The Kindle Fire HD 7” is quite an intriguing device. Technically it uses its own operating system, "FireOS," which is essentially a skinned variant of Android 4.2.2. Of course, it was only a matter of time before fully fledged Android was ported to this device. Actually, lots of development related activity has happened since September 2012, when the device was...

How to Connect to any Kindle Fire Device with ADB

Ask any Android enthusiast and they'll tell you that ADB is one of the best things since sliced bread. However, due to the vast range of Android devices available and the significant differences between them at the hardware level, using an ADB connection via USB isn't always a plug-and-play operation. You need to find the...

Just Like That, Kindle Fire HD 7 Receives the Gift of Root

Just earlier today, we discussed the invulnerable, un-crackable, Kindle Fire HD7 (bootloader, anyway). We talked about how Amazon was trying their hardest to keep you purchasing one important thing for them: content. We also talked about how the device is very well protected at the bootloader level, which means that no custom ROMs will surface any...

Forums Added for the RAZR M, Galaxy Note 2, Kindle Fire HD7, and Kindle Fire 2

What a week it's been for technology. First, we took a peak at Motorola's announcement, in which details were presented about Windows Phone 8 and some upcoming devices. Among them was the Droid RAZR M, which is the successor to the original Droid RAZR. While it features mid-range specs by today's standards, it's certainly no slouch....