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Re: Root & ICS instuctions
Well if you have never rooted before, it can seem like a lot of work, and you may end up bricking your fire, although there are recovery methods that work in some instances. I don't know about ICS for a rooted Kindle. There are some flashable roms out there that emulate ICS, CM9 comes to mind, but I believe it is lacking at the present time. You can always root and leave it stock, and still gain some benefit from rooting.
You will need to download and install android SDK (Software Development Kit), install ADB (Android Debug Bridge), updated usb drivers, and find a root method for your version of Fire. If you have version 6.3, this is a method that works well, if you have done all the preliminaries. It lists links to everything you need. Be sure to follow instructions to the letter. Click on "show more" for the instructions.
If after you read everything over and you have any doubts, find a techy friend to do it for you. Good luck.