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Re: Newbie question
Actually, if you have installed Ice Cream Sandwich on your Kindle, then you are most likely rooted. On your Windows computer you have Admin Accounts and regular user accounts. Typically, Android devices run as regular user accounts. When you "root" your device, you are basically giving your account admin rights. This doesn't change your operating system, but the rights that you have to access parts of it. Once you have full access you can do a myriad of things, like load other operating systems like ICS. Does that answer your question?