Amazon.com caves to PR flak for disabling encryption on Kindle Fire tablets, and other devices using the ‘droid-fork Fire OS 5. In a one-line statement released today, Amazon says encryption will return to Fire OS.
Well, that didn’t take long. Despite Amazon PR’s earlier explanation that users didn’t care for the feature, it’s now saying you can have it back. Mind you, why would you want it, given the utterly weak CPUs inside these nasty, cheap tablets?
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