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I have always wondered how these cell phone networks work. Since I have frequented this site in the past few weeks, I have learned so much in such a short period from all the knowledgeable folks that keep track of the posts around here. Thanks guys, I appreciate the info really. Really good site Robert, keep up the good work bud.

 

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I couldn't do it without my team, our wonderful sponsors and most importantly...our sources. Thanks for the thanks!

 

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...Kindle Fire, huh? Nice! Haven't seen you with that one before. How is that? Can you root and run straight Android on it?

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...Kindle Fire, huh? Nice! Haven't seen you with that one before. How is that? Can you root and run straight Android on it?

 

Yep. I have one too...works great with straight android.

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...Kindle Fire' date=' huh? Nice! Haven't seen you with that one before. How is that? Can you root and run straight Android on it?[/quote']

 

I just bought it on Wednesday when they were on sale (see separate thread). My wife has had one for a month or so now and I've been coveting it. Its much better than my cheap Chinese tablet.

 

I'm going to play with KF ROM for a week or so to check it out. Probably start messing with it next weekend. I'm thinking ICS.

 

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Yep. I have one too...works great with straight android.

 

I just bought it on Wednesday when they were on sale (see separate thread). My wife has had one for a month or so now and I've been coveting it. Its much better than my cheap Chinese tablet.

 

I'm going to play with KF ROM for a week or so to check it out. Probably start messing with it next weekend. I'm thinking ICS.

 

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I am also on the Kindle fire bandwagon. It runs awesome on ICS!

 

Sent from my Kindle Fire running CM9.

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