I made a public viewable folder on my Google Drive for Android stuff here https://drive.google.com/folderview?...Xc&usp=sharing
I uploaded a build of CM-12.1. The file name is weird so I will explain (in case you care):
kad = kernel compiled with ArchiDroid toolchain
rsm = ROM compiled with SaberMod toolchain
O3 = almost all compiled with -O3
mo3 = more optimization, specifically as much of JustArchi's compiler flags as would work. The '3' is my third attempt to add more optimizations.
wifi = hack to make wifi work without doing a clean install, that is, there is a script, fix-mac.sh, which I think only gets run with a clean install. My hack was simply to copy the file that the wifi driver wants to the name that it wants. This should allow either dirty or clean flashing.
* Change the animation duration levels in Developer Options to 0.3x or less.
* Use the Noop I/O scheduler for regular things like reading a book (that's why you bought a kindle, right) or browsing the web.
* Use the Deadline I/O scheduler for interactive things like playing a game.
* If you like Gapps, I suggest OpenGapps or TK Gapps. I have not tried this ROM with Gapps.
* You will need to get a third party program to change kernel settings. I like Kernel Adiutor.
* Don't use the brightness slider in quicksettings. If you do use it, the status bar goes away and leaves the top part of the quicksettings panel in its place. I suggest disabling the slider and using the brightness control in the status bar settings. I'm not sure if this is a new bug or the result of too much optimization.
* There are no app snapshots in the recents switcher. This may be internal to Android as a way to save memory for low RAM devices, or it may be a bug in CM.
* The Kindle Fire just doesn't have enough RAM (or rather Android is just too freakishly bloated). Attempting to run memory intensive apps will likely result in them crashing or running slowly because the RAM they are using is being swapped to ZRAM. You may be able to adjust the ZRAM size and get better results.
There you have it. I hope you find it useful.