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How can I install vanilla Android on the Kindle Fire?

I have a Kindle Fire device and I want to install the vanilla Android OS on it.

Please help me how to flush out the original ROM and how to install new vanilla Android on it.

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marked as duplicate by eldarerathis Jan 21 '13 at 18:35

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Do you have a custom recovery currently installed, or the stock one? Also, do you really mean "stock" in the sense that you want the original ROM that came with the Fire, or do you actually want a "vanilla" (unmodified) Android install? –  eldarerathis Jan 31 '12 at 14:38
    
I actually want vanilla(unmodified)android I have the Custom Os on my Kindle with version 6.2.1_user_3103920 –  Raga Feb 1 '12 at 12:58

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Rooting the Kindle Fire (necessary for installing a new system, see tutorials below)

Installing CyanogenMod on the Kindle Fire (I guess it is pretty much the same with other Android systems)

Installing the Android Market on the Kindle Fire (may also be helpful)

! Warning !

The Kindle Fire is known for having hardware compatibility issues with systems other than the pre-installed one!

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"Stock" usually refers to the ROM that ships with a device (as in, the ROM it was "stocked" with by the manufacturer). CyanogenMod would typically be referred to as "AOSP" or "Vanilla" Android. –  eldarerathis Jan 31 '12 at 14:31
    
I am sorry for this, it should be better now. –  Michael K Jan 31 '12 at 14:41
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I updated two of your links to point to our local questions here, hopefully that's OK. We want information to be as self-contained as possible and avoid link rot. –  Matthew Read Jan 31 '12 at 17:33

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