Since its release, Amazon’s Kindle Fire has become a hot little commodity in the dev community. After seeing the device rooted, we have seen the Android Market, CyanogenMod 7, and now Ice Cream Sandwich boot up on it. The man behind it is Steve Lin, the same guy who brought the Android 2.3 keyboard to the world last year.

At this point, the release is in an early alpha stage, with little to nothing working – although the touchscreen and hardware graphics work. However, Lin has made his work open source and have shared the kernel and Android source with the public. Lets hope for some Ice Cream Sandwich under our Christmas trees.

Via: TheAndroidSoul