The Kindle Fire HDX is not doubt a great hardware device that can compete with the best in the class like the Nexus 7 and iPad mini. But the Amazon software leaves something to be desired and there are many fans of Amazon that don’t like the skinned Android version. Let’s not forget to mention that there is no Google apps either. For those users that want the great hardware but not the Amazon software, the solution is to install a custom ROM. That can now be accomplished on the Kindle Fire HDX and below we have an easy to follow video. Come check it out.
It should go without saying that to install a custom ROM on the Kindle Fire HDX you will need root access. That’s fairly easy to do and can be found in the following guide. Once you are rooted you’ll want to install the Safestrap app and 2nd bootloader. You can watch this video for instructions and how to use the app. Once you have both root and Safestrap then you are set to go. Go ahead and watch the video below on how to install a custom ROM. Enjoy and be sure to leave a comment if you have any questions.