Samsung Galaxy Note. First Look
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Wednesday 11 July 2012
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Amazon's Kindle Fire uses a modified version of Android 2.3 Gingerbread, but the boffins over at XDA-Developers, namely Hashcode, have managed to get Amazon's pride and joy to run Google's latest version of Android, Jelly Bean. The port is at an early beta stage right now so it isn't fit for general use, but as a proof of concept it shows that it can be done and also open up the possibility of the Kindle Fire gaining access to Google's Google Play store and all its apps rather than just Amazon's own relatively limited Appstore.
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