Question about Tablets & eReaders
You need to use the Google Play Store app to download from Play Store. If your device does not have it, as an alternative, you can download and install the Amazon Kindle Android Apps on Google Play!
Posted on Nov 15, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is real simple. You can use the cruz app store or...
go to the various online venders that you can download from. An example would be 4shared dot com. Search amazon.apk and download and install this. This will give you access to the amazon app store. If you root and flash to JGM ROM or Macho ROM (both of which are great) you will have the android marketplace. You can just download the .apk's (which are like a zip file of the app) online by searching the app name and apk. You can put them on your sd card or download them from the browser on the tablet. All apps downloaded this way will be free and doing this does usually break the copyright so check to make sure the app is free and has free licensing so that you dont do anything illegal ;). gluck
Posted on Dec 11, 2011
You need to update your tablet, or update the programming on your tablet. Apparently all the android 2.2 tabs are considered "legacy" models and don't support the newest google and java script. Since this is what the net primarily uses, those of us with the Cruz are hosed.
Posted on Oct 13, 2012
I would start by rebooting the device if you haven't already. Also go into your settings, Applications and select All applications if you can. Fin your application you use to download and install apps with, such as the Play store. Clear out the cache. Now try to download again that should fix it.
Posted on Nov 27, 2012
I have the same problem. Did a factory reset desperate to get Tabeo connected and lost all preloaded apps. I just got off the phone with a lady that helped me register the tabeo so that I can connect to the internet finally however, she was unable to help me get preloaded apps back. We have to call tech support 888-477-0888, their line has been busy all day but we just keep trying
Posted on Dec 26, 2013
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