If I have learnt anything at all from the world of gadgetry, especially stuff that’s being launched over the past couple of years, it is that products rarely launch nowadays without some bug or glitch rearing its ugly head to put a dampener on things ─ sometimes even on things that you thought your device was perfect for. The Kindle Fire has been one of these really awesome devices to launch in recent days. And sometimes I curse myself for my impatience in getting the Xoom, sadly though, the Kindle Fire has also been unable to escape what I would like to hereby call the “post-launch bug inevitability”.
Well, tell you what, XDA member death2all110 has come up with a fix, which resolves the WiFi sleep policy on your Fire. Before we get into it, it is necessary to understand that this is a slightly complex solution, which will involve a reasonable amount of command line usage, but let me also tell you that it is well worth the effort. And death2all110 has been gracious enough to provide an extremely detailed and step-by-step method to fix this particularly irritating bug, we are so thankful to him for his efforts.
Please remember that you need to be rooted, and have ADB ( Android Debug Bridge) installed and set up on your PC/laptop.
You can find the Step-by-step guide to fix the wifi sleep issue on the Kindle fire in this thread.
So give it a shot ( I’m positive it will work ) and express your joy in the comments below.
BTW, you may want to visit our page on Kindle Fire Hacks to get learn some more hacks. Enjoy.