Question about Amazon Kindle Fire HD
If you need to install Google play on your Kindle Fire HD, root your Kindle Fire device at first. However, you can't root it like other Android device with one click rooting tool - iRoot, Framaroot, Kingo Root... The rooting process may be a little complicated while it's effective and safe.
For more detailed instruction, please refer to:http://www.iroot.com/how-to-articles/how-to-root-kindle-fire.html
Afterwards, install the Google play. Open run.bat. Choose option 6 and install it.
Posted on Mar 04, 2016
The Kindle Fire series is an Amazon product, so of course they want you to use the Amazon store for apps. As noted above, you can put the Google Play Store on these devices, but there may be problems because of the slight differences between Amazon's Android version and other Android versions on other devices. Another description of how to do it is at Fire Phone How to Install Google Play Store without root
Posted on Apr 25, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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