The Google Play Store is the official marketplace on Android smartphones and tablets. However, lately, Huawei and other companies try to ditch Google and Google Apps. The reasons why they do that are many, and they are not the topic of this article. Today, we’ll talk about how to install Google Play Store on the Amazon FireOS devices.
Install Google Play Store On The Amazon FireOS
To bring the Google Play Store to Amazon FireOS, there are some steps that you should follow:
Allow Installation from ‘Unknown Sources’
Head to Settings -> Security -> enable ‘Apps from Unknown Sources.’
Grab Google Play Store from a reliable APK site (the app is not available on Amazon AppStore)
Install Google Packages
First of all, get the Google Account Manager installation package. Secondly, download Google Services Framework. Next, depending on your FireOS version, get the proper Google Play Store version — FireOS 2017 or higher or for the rest.
Run the Installation Packages
Go to Docs -> Local Storage -> Download. Then, select, in turn, Google Account Manager, Google Services Framework, and, eventually, the Google Play Store APK file, depending on your system.
Accept your choice and confirm it by tapping on ‘Install.’
Reboot Your Tablet
In the end, you have to restart your Amazon FioreOS tablet. Otherwise, the installation of the Google Play Store would not work as expected.
The Bottom Lines
Google Play Store is the most known marketplace for Android devices. However, not many of us use Android as an OS for our mobile devices. We might own iPhone or iPad models or even an Amazon FireOS tablet.
For the Amazon FireOS users out there, the solutions presented above can help you install Google Play Store. But, don’t you worry, the process is easy-peasy, so you can pull it off in a few minutes and enjoy the vast collection of apps and games available on Play Store.