N2Aos turns your cheap Kindle easily into a full Android tablet

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We’ve just posted the following news: N2Aos turns your cheap Kindle easily into a full Android tablet[newsimage]http://static.myce.com//images_posts/2013/09/myce-n2aos-95x75.gif[/newsimage]

N2Aos allows Android to be installed on their Kindle Fire including millions of applications in the Google Play store. Once the software is installed on the Kindle it has become an Android tablet running Android Jelly Bean 4.2.2

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#2

Note - Prime subscribers cannot easily view Instant Video on the converted device. There is a workaround, but in my experience, the video quality is not up to snuff, since I use my Roku box to view my Amazon Instant Videos, it is not an issue for me, but it might be for other users.

It should be noted to neither this, nor the Kindle Owners Lending Library functions are available on any Android tablet, so this is not surprising. I did email Amazon about the lenders library, and they said they would pass it on (I only said that I could not view these books on an Android tablet, or the Windows 8 and Windows Phone apps - no mention of N2aos).


#3

This is a very interesting and useful development.

I wonder what the fallout if any will be?

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#4

Sounds great. My little sister has a Fire she loves, plus a regular E reader kindle for her books. My other sister has a Kindle e ink as well she loves. Me I use a Ainol Novo 7 Venus quad core Android tablet that has 1280x800 res and looks and works awesome for the 135 I spent.
I should tell her about it next time we see each other but I doubt she would install it.


#5

Wouldn’t spend $20.00. Just do it yourself for free. I did a Nook HD and a Nook HD+ last night with the Cyanogenmod. Just go to xda forums.


#6

[QUOTE=felch;2700988]Wouldn’t spend $20.00. Just do it yourself for free. I did a Nook HD and a Nook HD+ last night with the Cyanogenmod. Just go to xda forums.[/QUOTE]
Good thing about N2A is that they give you a free download that enables you to revert back to the Kindle Fire configuration if, for any reason, you are not satisfied with their product. I don’t know if you can do this with Cyanogenmod. From what i understand, it is a quick and easy process (not that I have any intention of doing this - I am totally happy with my new Android browser).