If you’re the owner of a Kindle Fire Tablet and you’re not feeling good about the Amazon’s app store, we have some good news for you. Keep reading if you want to find out how to install Google Play on your tablet. To make everything easy for you, we’ll guide you step by step.
If you’re not satisfied with the number of apps available on your Kindle Fire Tablet and you think that on Google Play you’ll find more apps, you’re in the right place.
Here‘s what you should do if you want to install Google Play on your Kindle Fire Tablet
First, your tablet should run Fire OS 5.X if you want this process to be possible. The next step is to go to the Settings and look for the Security tab. After that, you will have to enable Apps from Unknown Sources.
After this first easy part, here’s what you should do next. By using a Silk browser, you will have to download some APK files. If you want this to work, you will have to download these files in the order that we will give you. First one is the Google Account Manager and the second one is Google Services Framework. You will find the next files if you go to Google Play Services and after that to Google Play Store.
If you want to have access to these files you’ll have to make sure that you have a file explorer installed in your Kindle Fire Tablet. Some of your options are the Docs app or Total Commander.
You should know one more thing. After you follow this process, Google Play might not work for the first time. Its functions need some time to update to the Amazon system.
We hope that you don’t find this process hard and that you will try it in the future.
Cameron Potvin is a seasoned journalist with nearly 6 years experience. While studying journalism at the New Mexico State University, Cameron found a passion for finding engaging stories. As a contributor to News Lair, Cameron mostly covers state and national developments.