Then you can install a new ROM, the one I found was here:
I have tried 05-12 Kernel #10 full stock CM9 and it is working like a charm.
You will also need Google utilities, that have to be installed after that, the place I have downloaded them, and it works great is:
ics-20120429 version has worked for me.
In general it works very good, just like any other tablet running ICS. Netflix and YouTube work, as well as Zinio, and Kindle. Google new Play Store works, Google Chrome beta and many more. The interface is nicer that Amazon Kindle library style interface.
You can also change the language on you Kindle, specially to avoid the annoying corrections.
I will say there are three problems affecting me, right now, none of them have convinced me to return to Amazon old interface.
- Some magazines are not available in Kindle for Android client
- I could not find Kindle 100 free books list , strange as it works on ipad, but you can use Amazon full website list: Kindle Free "Bestsellers"
- Kindle cannot be accessed through the USB port, there is no option to share the USB to you computer, the best work around is to boot the Kindle and use the USB mount in TWRP Recovery
- Battery would discharge in around a day, the battery life is kind of OK, maybe around 4 hours using video, but when not use, the battery would discharge anyway. Charging indicator and lights do not work either.
- Microphone still does not work for me, but if you program requires audio to launch, it will work, but input audio will not be usable.
If you use your Kindle Fire outside of the US, and use you Kindle mainly in your house or office, you will have a better experience tranforming it to and ICS Tablet.