Amazon Kindle Fire Update to 6.2.2 Brings Full-screen Browsing


Amazon has another update headed out to their popular Kindle Fire tablet/e-reader. The new software brings the firmware up to version 6.2.2 and doesn’t provide too many surface-level changes. The biggest noticable addition is a toggle for switching the device’s Silk browser to full-screen mode. Amazon has not made the full changelog available at this time.

As with previous updates to the Kindle Fire, the new software will break previous root methods. If history is any indication, a workaround should follow quickly.

[via AndroidPolice]

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  1. One of these days I’m going to get ics on my kindle fire, galaxy s, Athlon II X4, dissapointed in ZTE hspa wifi usb modem locked to Tmobile, even though description says unlocked! Also Huawei Ideos dropped calls, if Beijing wants to move into higher value adding as average income is $ 17,500, thier tech companies had better stop stuffing up!

  2. Great, it is easier to browse or and read in full screen. Now, i think is should really get this update.

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