How to install Google Play and android Apps on Amazon Fire Tablets


This tutorial will help to install Google Play on your Amazon Fire OS so a user can install and utilize android apps.

Amazon Fire is the cheapest and good tablets available on the market. Amazon Fire OS is running on the top of Androids but we cannot install Android Apps directly. In order to utilize Android Apps feature and functionality, we have to install Google Play first. Installing Google Play is not a complex task but we need to follow some set of configuration. Please find more description below –


Install Google Play on Fire OS

In order to get the most out of my new 7th generation Amazon Tablet, I needed the Google Play store. Gmail, Chrome and a few other apps were not available via Amazon’s walled garden. Used to be Amazon made this hard. Now it is very easy!

To add the Google Play store follow these steps:


  • Enable apps from UNKNOWN SOURCES!
  • Settings > Security > Enable Apps from Unknown Sources

This will trigger a warning. Read it, then ignore it.


  • Download and install four Google apps in this specific order:

         Google Account Manager
         Google Services Framework
         Google Play Services
         Google Play Store


  • Reboot the device.


  • Open the Google Play app. Login and start installing apps.

It was that easy. I’m just getting into playing with the new tablet, but thus far it is great.


Note: This tutorial is based on personal uses, please use it based on your risk. There is no guarantee that it will execute smoothly. We don’t have any responsibility if anything went wrong.



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