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Easy Steps to Download Google Play Store on Amazon Fire Tablet 9th Generation


How to Download Google Play Store on Amazon Fire Tablet 9th Generation




If you own an Amazon Fire tablet, you might have noticed that it doesn't come with the Google Play Store pre-installed. The Google Play Store is the official app store for Android devices, where you can find millions of apps and games, as well as Google's own services like Gmail, Chrome, Maps, and more.


While the Amazon Appstore has a decent selection of apps and games, it doesn't have everything that the Google Play Store offers. For example, you won't find popular apps like YouTube, Spotify, Netflix, or Instagram on the Amazon Appstore. You also won't be able to access your Google account or sync your data across your devices.




how to download google play store on amazon fire tablet 9th generation



Fortunately, there is a way to install the Google Play Store on your Amazon Fire tablet 9th generation and enjoy all the benefits of Android without rooting or hacking your device. In this article, we'll show you how to do it in a few simple steps.


Before You Begin




Before you start installing the Google Play Store on your Amazon Fire tablet, there are a few things you should know:


  • Some apps might not work properly: Even though you can install the Google Play Store on your Amazon Fire tablet, that doesn't mean every app will be compatible or function well. Some apps might require features that your device doesn't have, such as GPS or a camera. Some apps might also be blocked by Amazon or Google for various reasons.



  • Remove the SD card: The process of installing the Google Play Store might erase your SD card if you have one inserted in your tablet. To avoid losing any data, make sure you remove your SD card before you begin.



  • Enable apps from unknown sources: To install the Google Play Store on your Amazon Fire tablet, you need to allow apps from unknown sources on your device. This means that you can install apps that are not from the Amazon Appstore. However, this also means that you need to be careful about what apps you download and install, as some might contain malware or viruses.



Download the Required Files




To install the Google Play Store on your Amazon Fire tablet, you need to download four APK files from a trusted website like APKMirror.com. APK files are Android application packages that contain all the necessary files for an app to run.


The four APK files you need are:


  • Google Account Manager: This app lets you sign in to your Google account and sync your data across your devices.



  • Google Services Framework: This app provides core functionality for Google services and apps.



  • Google Play Services: This app enhances your app experience by providing features like location services, authentication, notifications, and more.



  • Google Play Store: This app is the official app store for Android devices where you can find and download apps and games.



The exact version of each APK file depends on your device model and Fire OS version. To find out which Amazon Fire tablet model you have, go to Settings > Device Options > About Fire Tablet. You'll see your "Device Model" name here. To see your Fire OS version, go to Settings > Device Options > System Updates.


With the device model and Fire OS version, you can use the table below to find the links for the APK files you need to download. You can also scan the QR codes with your tablet's camera to open the links directly.


Table 3: APK files for Google Play Store installation Device Model Fire OS Version Google Account Manager Google Services Framework Google Play Services Google Play Store ------------ --------------- ---------------------- ------------------------- -------------------- ----------------- Fire HD 10 (9th Generation) 7.3.1.8 or higher [Download] [Download] [Download] [Download] Fire HD 8 (10th Generation) 7.3.1.8 or higher [Download] [Download] [Download] [Download] Fire 7 (9th Generation) 6.3.1.5 or higher [Download] [Download] [Download] [Download] Once you have downloaded the APK files, you can move on to the next step.


Install the Google Play Store




Now that you have the APK files, you can install them on your Amazon Fire tablet in the following order:


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  • Google Account Manager



  • Google Services Framework



  • Google Play Services



  • Google Play Store



To install each APK file, follow these steps:


  • Open the "Docs" app on your tablet and tap on "Local Storage".



  • Tap on "Downloads" and find the APK file you want to install.



  • Tap on the APK file and then tap on "Install".



  • Wait for the installation to finish and then tap on "Done".



  • Repeat the process for the remaining APK files in the correct order.



After installing all four APK files, you should see the Google Play Store icon on your home screen. Tap on it and sign in with your Google account. You might see a message saying "Checking info..." or "Getting your account ready...". This is normal and might take a few minutes.


Once you are signed in, you can start browsing and downloading apps and games from the Google Play Store. You can also update your apps by tapping on the menu icon (three horizontal lines) and then tapping on "My apps & games".


Troubleshooting Tips




If you encounter any problems while installing or using the Google Play Store on your Amazon Fire tablet, here are some tips that might help:


  • If you see an error message saying "There was a problem communicating with Google servers", try clearing the cache and data of the Google Play Store app. To do this, go to Settings > Apps & Notifications > Manage All Applications > Google Play Store > Storage > Clear Cache and Clear Data.



  • If you see an error message saying "Google Play Services won't run unless you update Google Play Services", try updating the Google Play Services app from the Google Play Store. If that doesn't work, try uninstalling and reinstalling the Google Play Services app from the APK file you downloaded earlier.



  • If you see an error message saying "This app won't run without Google Play Services, which are missing from your tablet", try rebooting your tablet and then opening the app again. If that doesn't work, try clearing the cache and data of the app that is giving you the error. To do this, go to Settings > Apps & Notifications > Manage All Applications > [App Name] > Storage > Clear Cache and Clear Data.



  • If you see an error message saying "This app is incompatible with your device", try checking if there is an update available for the app from the Google Play Store. If there is no update, it means that the app is not designed to work on your device model or Fire OS version. You can try looking for an alternative app that offers similar features or functionality.



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