One of the bugs that’s been plaguing Amazon Kindle Fire users who have installed early builds of Android 4.0 on the $199 tablet appears to be fixed. Developer JackpotClavin has released a new build of CyanogenMod 9 Alpha for the tablet which adds support for USB mounting.
In other words, you can now connect the Kindle Fire to a PC and copy files to and from the tablet while running Android. In earlier builds you had to boot into TWRP or a different recovery utility if you wanted to transfer files this way.
The latest update comes just a few days after the release of another Android 4.0 ROM for the Kindle Fire. Like that version, JackpotClavin’s new release includes a new custom lockscreen that eliminates the camera icon (since the Kindle Fire doesn’t have a camera).