Amazon Tablet is an android-based tablet running of Fire OS (an operating system developed by Amazon for its devices). The pre-installed Amazon apps and the Amazon App Store is sufficient to access popular apps. But, some of the users need the Google Play Store on their Fire OS tablets to install some of the popular applications like Kodi. By installing the Google Play Store on your Fire Tablets, you can download the android applications that are restricted on the Amazon App Store.
How to Install Google Play Store on Amazon Fire Tablet?
Before installing the Google Play Store, open your web browser (silk browser) and download the installer files for the following Google applications.
(NOTE: You can download these files from the third-party websites. You can also download these files on your PC and then send to Fire Tablet with the help of USB cable).
After downloading these files, follow the below-mentioned steps to install Google Play Store.
Step 1: First of all, you need to enable Apps from Unknown source to install the third-party apps. For that, click the Settings menu on the notification bar.
Step 2: Under the Personal settings, select Security & Privacy.
Step 3: Navigate to Advanced settings. Now, move the slider located next to Apps from Unknown Sources option.
Step 4: Click OK to confirm the process.
Step 5: Return to the main screen and open File Manager.
Step 6: Navigate to the location where you have stored those four installer files. Tap the files individually to install them separately.
Step 7: After installing those four applications, launch the Google Play Store.
Step 8: Configure your Google account credentials.
Step 9: After configuration, you can download all kind of apps from the Google Play Store without any hassle.
Related: How to watch YouTube Videos on Kodi?
You can easily install Google Play on Fire Tablet with the help of this guide. If you encounter any error while trying to install Google Play Store on Amazon Fire tablet, please let us know in the comment box below.