If you recently purchased a Kindle Fire tablet from Amazon, you should have noticed that it doesn't have Google Play. This does not mean, however, that your Fire tablet cannot support Google Play. In fact, the Fire Tablet operating system is quite similar to Android and works almost the same way. But how do you install Google Play on the Kindle Fire?
There are two simple ways to go. You can complete an installation by installing Google Play directly from your Fire tablet or, if you're feeling more adventurous, you can complete the process by downloading a few APK files. The first option is much simpler and works on both Fire 7 and 8 tablets.
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The second method is also easy, the only difference is that it requires more work and, apart from that, there is nothing to worry about. If all the steps are correctly followed. Google Play will work on your Fire tablet in no time.
As a security measure, your Fire tablet is designed to automatically reject applications downloaded from other sources, as the APK file extensions come from an external source. The first thing to do is to disable installation security. This can be easily done by accessing the parameters, tap Security and Activate applications from unknown sources.
We now have a green flag to proceed with the installation process;
step 1: To download the necessary APK file extensions, access your Silk Browser and download the following files in the order in which they were listed. Note that these extensions only affect earlier versions of Fires. If you're using a Fire tablet produced from 2017 and beyond, these extensions probably won't work for you.
Now for the new versions of Fire, those of 7.th Generation aware, you can use the following extension files, which should also be downloaded in the order in which they appear.
When downloading these files, keep in mind that downloading unsafe extension files can damage your device, so always search for the most reliable source. If you don't know your version of Fire, go to Settings> Device Options, scroll to the bottom of the list and press Device Model.
step 3: Downloading links is very simple. Just click on the link you want to download. After clicking the link, a download button will appear, then press it, then your device will try to warn you not to install apps from unknown source. But since your APK is from a trusted source, you can continue by clicking OK.
step 4: After all files have been downloaded, they will no longer be available immediately. To access it, access the memory of your device. To do this, return to your home, tap the Docs icon, go to Local Storage, and then tap Downloads.
step 5: This is probably one of the most important steps to note. Make sure that all of your extension files are installed in the same order in which they were downloaded. You can find out about the command by checking the time stamp of each download.
step 6: After installing all the file extensions, give your device a few seconds to assemble and prepare everything. Once done, return your home screen.
step 7: Google Play will be added automatically. To use it, just tap the Google Play app icon and sign in using your Google Account information. Give the app a few minutes for the update, after which you are free to use your new app.