If you’re the proud owner of an Amazon Kindle Fire, and you’re looking for the latest upgrade, then you’ll probably want to install Android 4.1, Jelly Bean. The process seams simple enough, although there’s always the “don’t try this if you’re worried about turning your $199 Kindle into a paperweight” warning. This “upgrade” could save you $199, if you’re considering purchasing the Google Nexus 7.

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