I was wondering if it would be possible to run a vanilla Android Lollipop build on Amazon Fire phone. Google won't support it by default, but is there a patched version of the Lollipop ROM that could be used to run Android on it?
For everyone who has dreamed about Android on the Fire phone: It is possible. You can install CM11 (Android KitKat 4.4.X) on your device. The procedure is described here on XDA: [ROM][STABLE] CM-11 for Safestrap v4 2015/08/10
There are some issues and bugs, but if you are interested in it, then go for it ;)
From Safestrap(the recovery you have to install), go into Wipe Menu and Swipe to perform a factory reset.
Flash the ROM File
- Flash PA Gapps Modular PICO
- Flash the latest SuperSU package if you want root
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