kfhd 8.9 =)
everything went fine. the twrp installed. i used it to create a backup then flashed cm10. after the flash i got nothing but the orange logo so i restored the system img from onemeila then reinstalled twrp from scratch and restored my back up lol
no idea why cm10 doesn't boot on my device.
Unofficial CyanogenMod 10.1 for the Kindle Fire HD 8.9
*** USE AT YOUR OWN RISK! WHILE I TRY MY BEST TO PROVIDE WORKING KERNELS/ROMS, I AM NOT RESPONSIBLE IF THIS SOFTWARE OR ANYTHING I'VE WORKED ON SUDDENLY FRIES YOUR DEVICE. ***
BEFORE YOU BEGIN MAKE SURE YOU HAVE A 2ND-BOOTLOADER INSTALLED CORRECTLY AND CAN SEE THE BLUE LOGO DURING BOOTUP:
[02/02] ALPHA CM10.1 + 3.0.50+ KERNEL
Older builds can be found in the same folder on goo.im:
Download Google Apps:
(For Android 4.2.1/CM 10.1 use the top row gapps)
Older builds are found here (under my "Jem" folder on goo.im):
PLEASE BE SURE TO WIPE SYSTEM & DATA/CACHE (FACTORY RESET) WHEN COMING FROM AMAZON STOCK SOFTWARE.
(It's the "Wipe" button and then "System" and then "Factory Reset" button in TWRP -- this does NOT clear your sdcard space)
Be aware that the "sdcard" space has changed slightly from ICS to JB4.2. You will find your stock amazon OS files in /data/media/ or "sdcard" on the Stock OS. But CM10.1 will create a sub directory "/data/media/0" and call that "sdcard". And in TWRP it will also use "data/media/0" as "sdcard". This has to do with multi-user settings. So when placing files on the "sdcard" be sure to check both locations before wondering why that file is missing.
mkdir android cd android # Use main repo for CyanogenMod 10.1 repo init -u https://github.com/CyanogenMod/android -b cm-10.1 # Then add the local_manifest.xml for the Kindle Fire curl -L -o .repo/local_manifest.xml -O -L https://raw.github.com/KFire-Android/android_local_manifest/cm-10.1/local_manifest.xml repo sync vendor/cm/get-prebuilts . build/envsetup.sh && brunch jem
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