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Old 11-21-2011, 02:02 PM   #9
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Join Date: Nov 2011
Location: Pacific NorthWest
Device: Kindle Fire
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Originally Posted by Shack70 View Post
There doens't seem to be a reason to Root the Fire yet. If you want a full blown Android device pay the extra $50 and get the Nook Tablet then Root it.
The Fire is a full-blown Android device.

I have rooted it, but for development type reasons. The poll combines sideloading and rooting, which aren't the same; without rooting I was able to install Enhanced Email, Business Calendar, my own programs and a bunch more. It's not nearly as tightly bolted down as the typical AT&T Android phone.
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