Amazon Fire Tablets are perfect for the people who live in the Amazon ecosystem. Powered by Fire OS (Android-based OS), they are affordable for basic usage and media consumption. With the inbuilt Amazon store, users can install some of the popular applications like Netflix, Facebook, Amazon Prime, BBC iPlayer, and more. Some of the popular applications like Kodi, Showbox, Popcorn Time, and more are officially restricted in the Amazon App store. Since they’re powered by Android-based OS, users can install those unsupported applications by modifying a few settings in inbuilt settings. In this article, we will show you the step-by-step instructions to download Kodi on Amazon Fire Tablet.


Kodi is a popular media center used to watch various media like movies, TV shows, audio, documentaries, anime, cartoons, and more. Due to its open-source nature, you can stream all content right from your place. With the help of addons, users can access various media from different sources. By installing Kodi on your Fire Tablet, you will have the convenience of watching/streaming your favorite media anytime anywhere.

Related: How to install Kodi on Amazon Firestick?

How to Install Kodi on Amazon Fire Tablet?

Just like Firestick, you can’t download the Kodi app directly from the Amazon store. To download Kodi on your Fire OS tablet, you need to use the sideloading method.

To sideload Android apps (restricted in the Amazon store), you need to enable Apps from unknown sources in the tablet settings. The setting lets you download/sideload the android apps that are restricted in the inbuilt Amazon store.

Step 1: Launch the tablet and go to Settings.

Step 2: On the settings page, select Security (Android 4.0+) or Applications (Android 3.0 and earlier).

Step 3: Scroll down for Apps from Unknown sources located under the Advanced setting.

Kodi on Amazon Fire Tablet

Step 4: Turn on the menu by moving the slider.

Step 5: Return to the home screen and launch the silk browser.

Step 6: Visit

Step 7: Scroll down and select Android.

Step 8: Select either ARMVA (32BIT) or ARMVA (64BIT).

Step 9: The installer file for Kodi starts to download on your tablet.

Step 10: Run the file once it was downloaded.

Once installed, you can launch the app to stream movies, music, videos, documentaries, and more. Even though Kodi is officially not available on the Amazon store, you can install it with the help of this guide. Users can also download Kodi by installing the Google Play Store on Fire Tablet. But, the method mentioned above looks very simple and reliable.

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