How To Install Play Store On Amazon Fire Tablet

See how you can install the Google PlayStore on your Amazon Fire tablet and control your smart home with it.

In this blog post, we have already discussed how to turn your tablet into a home automation controller. However, most of the time will need to install Android apps and access Google Play Services. Amazon’s Fire Tablet is usually limited to the Amazon App Store. But since the Fire tablet is running Android-based OS we can also install Google Play Store and access Android apps.

Amazon Fire tablets limit you to the Amazon App Store but run FireOS, a customized version of Android. This means you can install Play Store and access millions of Android apps and games, including Google apps like Gmail, Chrome, Google Maps, etc. The best thing about installing the Play Store on your Fire tablet is that it doesn’t require any in-depth “hacking” like rooting or running scripts from a PC. It’s just a matter of downloading and installing a few APK files from the tablet itself, and you’ll be up and running with the Play Store just like you would. regular Android phone or tablet! Let’s get started.

Installing the Play Store in your Fire Tablet

  1. Step 1: Enable apps from unknown sources. To do this, go to Settings > Security and enable Apps from unknown sources.
  2. Step 2: Download the APK file to install Play Store.
  3. Step 3: Install the APK files you downloaded.
  4. Step 4: Turn your Tablet into the home controller.

Download the Play Store Files

Before we begin, make sure your Fire tablet is in 2014 or later. This process may not work with older Kindle Fire Tablets because you need to enable Apps from unknown sources Apps.

Keeping in mind the device model, we can download the appropriate files below.  Simply copy links from the Tables below and paste them into the Silk browser on your Amazon Fire Tablet. We download the files now, Don’t open them yet.

Google Services Framework

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