Has anyone found a solution for this? So, you need to allow apps from sources other than Amazon Appstore. Thank you for your time and effort in answering my question. I get it when I try to open the download to do the actual install. I used the same app version you did. The version you should use is 5.
I understand and appreciate these instructions. The download will start shortly. We're not another advertising vector, we are a community. Or will the entire process have to be done again? I installed all on 7th gen 64bit Fire 7 without updating to 5. Missing Play Store replicates missing Chrome, Youtube and many user-friendly applications. For the most part, this provides an excellent way to both use your tablet and to browse the services offered through Amazon, but unfortunately, it also leads to a major problem: the Google Play Store is not offered through the device.
Could I get some more help please? I could see these devices actually becoming fairly useful for more than just reading Kindle books with those changes in place. Tap Done to close the Window. Step 3: Â Â Finally restart your Kindle. Last time I bought an Amazon tablet adding the Google store was a real pain! Pls, exactly what Google Play app are u referring to? This will upgrade your Android Market to Google Play Store. In other words, install the Google Account Manager com.
Most of other fire tablets should use the version for Android 5. If you use an existing one, all your purchased apps on other Android devices can be used in the Fire tablet as well. Do you have the Google settings icons on the home screen? Instead of navigating to the downloads folder. After you run the instructions below—this process will take less than a half hour. My understanding is that the current firmware is 5.
Step 6: Register Google Play Store to Install Android Apps Now time to open Google Play Store App installed on Fire tablet. I will add another window showing the version s I used. The entire installation process for all four apps should take no longer than about five minutes total. I had to install latest Play Store version to get it all running on our Kindle Fire think it's 5th gen. Reset the fire hd 8 and started from scratch — same result.
I seen to only keep Google going for about 2 days at most. I ensured that i selected the latest version. All of these files can be downloaded using the Amazon Silk browser on your device. Any suggestions to fix this? The first app we need to download is Google Account Manager. The cable included with your Fire Tablet will work just fine.
For Google account manager and Google services, you must use the version for your tablet. Then I go to install my favorite Android app…and I was so upset…but with a quick Google search i found this article and boom! Yes, I allowed apps from unknown sources… and the very first one, google account manager, already has this problem. But this device has a limit, normally it limits you to use only the Amazon Appstore. As of the moment, there is no way one can restore the original system folder so do proceed with extra caution. You have now removed the newer version and reverted to the original version that came with your Kindle Fire.
If you miss any files to install after download, then download the rest of the files first. If not just play with trying to get back to the permissions page of the install quickly. Build date is Dec 4, 2018. I have to do full reset. Did I do something wrong? But readers inform that it is working on the latest 5. Is there anyway to force an update? I am really stymied here! I understand installing the 4 files.
Every suggestion worked with hers. None of the Google services was enabled: no Google Assistant, no Google Maps, no Gmail, no YouTube, no Google Play Store, no Chrome browser … So, if you need to use any Google services, or need an Android app that is not available in Amazon Appstore, you may consider to install Google Play Store on Amazon tablets manually. Now Google play store is not working anymore. In a nutshell, Amazon tablet is an tablet. This was the best I could do. Shame on you, Amazon, for trying to lock Google out of their own platform! It was worth it for me to get Google Play loaded on the tablet though. Just something I figured out for myself, with the help of others.