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He doesn't mind paying, so if it means buying a higher spec NAS drive that's fine. The only issue that I can think of at this point is that he has screens (TVs) throughout the business showing certain cameras.Right now they're connected to an old DVR unit which facilitates the output.I'm not sure how I can go about this using a newer NAS setup. lang=us This is PERFECT for what I've stated above assuming you can configure the output of each HDMI port (one to have the full cameras showing on screen and the other only a set of them for the other parts of the premises) TBH (and IMO)...NAS's are good for storage and not looking after 20 odd cameras.So the first thing I did was get a quick introduction to rooting and familiarize myself with the associated lingo.Fortunately, in the case of the Kindle Fire there’s an easy-to-use, Windows-based rooting tool that’s designed to simplify the process.The rooting and tweaking process described below works for version 6.3 and version 6.3.1 firmware.If your tablet is already rooted at firmware version 6.3 and you need to upgrade to version 6.3.1, refer to this thread (in the comments below the article) for hints and suggestions on managing the upgrade process of your rooted tablet.
Or CCDCAM would get their act together and support ONVIF.
Turns out, it wasn’t hard to morph it into a relatively full-featured general purpose Android tablet, complete with Google services and apps.
Note: Subsequent to the original publication of this article, Amazon released version 6.3.1 firmware for the Kindle Fire.
System Version), that a firmware update to version 6.3 was available for download, so I performed the update, which installed Kindle Fire firmware v6.3 based on Android 2.3.4.
The screenshots below show the Kindle Fire’s default homescreens, before I set about rooting and tweaking it.
[Updated Dec 2, 2012] — Like almost everyone else, Device Guru initially dismissed Amazon’s $199 Kindle Fire as merely a vehicle for Amazon to generate ongoing revenue from ebook, music, videos, and Android app sales.