Kindle Fire gets its first software update, removing root access.
[newsimage]http://static.rankone.nl/images_posts/2011/11/qa18ap.jpg[/newsimage]Amazon’s Kindle Fire has sold remarkably well since its release. The device isn’t without a few interface issues including responsiveness and the speed of the web browser. Amazon just rolled out a software update, version 6.2, for the Fire presumably to fix some of those issues although the company was fairly sneaky about the launch of this update.
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