|Posted: Fri Jun 22, 2018 12:22 am Post subject: Re: How To Get Google Play On Your Fire Tablet?
Kindle Fire Support tablets are some of the best, cheapest android tablets around, but theyâre limited to Amazonâs app store, which is more than lacking compared to the thousands of apps available on the Google Play Store. With a little tweaking, though, you can run any Android app on them. You can even get the entire Google Play Store on some devices.
Installing the full Google Play Store is the best way to get Android apps on your Kindle tablet over the long term. You donât have to download them one at a time, and anytime you need to install one, you can just open the store and grab it. Youâll also get Google Play Services, which means more apps will work with it. However, this method is also more complicated, and youâll need to be comfortable with the command line.
You should also try to do this as early as possible if you have a new Fire tablet. Amazon automatically applies system updates when youâre not using your tablet, and this method may not work with newer versions of Fire OS. Fortunately, RootJunkyâs tool can block future updates, but itâs best to get started with a fresh device running 5.3.1 or earlier if possible. Mine worked on version 188.8.131.52, but future updates may break this tool. If you already have a tablet or if itâs already updated, give it a shot, but you might encounter some bugs.
To get started, youâll need to enable developer options. Hereâs how:
1. From the Home screen, scroll down and tap the Settings app.
2. Tap Device Options.
3. Tap Serial Number seven times. A pop-up notification should say âYou are now a developer!â
4. A new menu option named Developer Options should appear beneath Serial Number. Tap it.
5. Tap the toggle that reads âEnable ADB.â
After that follow these steps to download Google Play on Your Fire Tablet:
1. Connect your Fire tablet to your PC with a micro USB cable.
2. Extract the contents of the Super Tool .zip file to their own folder.
3. Launch the batch file named 1-Install-Play-Store in the Super Tool folder.
4. When the program finishes loading, youâll see a menu like the one above. Type 1 for âADB driver installâ and press Enter.
5. Here, you can confirm whether ADB is working. Type 2 for âADB driver testâ and press Enter to test your ADB connection.
6. If the app says the test failed, type 1 for âADB driver installâ to install the necessary drivers on your PC to connect ADB with your Fire tablet.
7. Once youâre finished, you will be returned to the main menu. Type 2 for âInstall Google Play store and remove ads from lock screen.â
8. After the installation is finished, you should be back at the main menu.
9. (Optional) Type 3 for âblock OTA updates from Amazon.â This will prevent an automatic update from breaking your apps.
10. Once youâre finished, restart your device immediately.
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