So you want an Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich launcher on your Kindle Fire device? ICS is the new slick and stylish version for the Linux based mobile operating system, i.e. Android. Ever since the release of Ice Cream Sandwich, Android users have been eagerly looking to give their devices the ICS look, (if not an ICS upgrade). This Ice Cream Sandwich launcher is meant to give your Kindle Fire device a new and improved launcher that will allow you to replace your boring default Kindle Fire launcher. Just follow the simple guide given below, to get this launcher in a snap. Thanks to “Jeff Benjamin”, this guide will help you make your Kindle device more fun to use.
For detailed instructions, see the below video, followed by the step by step guide.
Step 1: Visit Syndicate Apps website and install their Ice Cream Sandwich launcher from here.
Step 2: Tap the Home button and make Ice Cream Sandwich default.
I would have written a step three, but the thing is that there is none. Yes, that’s all you have to do to get an Ice Cream Sandwich launcher for your Kindle Fire device. These two simple give your ordinary Kindle Fire device, the extraordinary Ice Cream Sandwich launcher. It appears that customizations for Kindle Fire will continue to come, as its customer base increases.
The flood of Kindle Fire publicity and customization guides are already giving iPad a run for its money.
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[via Kindle Fire Wire]
Video Credit: Jeff Benjamin (Kindle Fire Wire YouTube Channel)