The main market for finding and download applications to an Android device is the Google Play App Store, but updates to the store aren’t always available to all users.If you want to manually update your Play Store app, you can download the installation files from the internet.If your device doesn’t come with the Play Store, you can manually install it.This is useful for owners of the Kindle Fire.You can see Step 1 below.
Step 1: Allow installation from unknown sources.
The Security option can be found in the settings app on your device.Look for the “unknown sources” box when you open the Security menu.If you check this box, you can install apps from sources other than the Play Store.
Step 2: You can download the latest version of the app.
There are a variety of online sources where you can download the Android apps.The app on your device will update automatically, but the updates may take a while to roll out.You can download the app from the internet and sideload it on your device.You don’t need to transfer the file from your computer to your device.Make sure that you are getting the latest version from a trusted source, such as Android Police.
Step 3: The app is downloaded.
Once the download is complete, open the Notifications area and tap the file.You can accept the replacement of a system program by tapping “OK”.To install the app, review the permissions and tap “Install”.
Step 4: Go to the Play Store.
You can open the Play Store once the installation is complete.The app can be found in the App drawer if you don’t see it on your Home Screen.
Step 5: It’s time to root your e-reader.
The Amazon Kindle Fire is not compatible with the Play Store.The Amazon App Store doesn’t have as many options as the other one.You will need to gain root access in order to install the Play Store.You can’t install the Play Store on a Windows phone.The root software can be downloaded.The “Root_with_Restore_by_Bin4ry” file can be found on the XDA Developers forums.You can extract the file on your computer.You can connect your device to your computer.You can expand the portable devices section by opening the device manager.Click on the Properties option.Click the drivers tab and uninstall them.Unplug your device.You have to download and install the drivers.These can be found on the forums.The Security menu is in the settings menu.”Enable ADB” will be turned on.You can connect your fire to your computer with theusb.Wait for the drivers to install again.You can open the root with the restore folder.Click on the RunMe.bat file.You can choose option 1 from the menu.Go back and forth between backups and restores.You can backup your data with “Backup My Data” on the screen.Press any button on your computer when the backup is done.Press any key on your computer after you tap the “Restore My Data” option on the Kindle.Allow it to boot twice.After the device is unlocked, wait for it to restart once more.When you’re done restoring your data, press any key on your computer to restart it.The app is called Superuser.Look for the app called Superuser when the device finishes rebooting.The rooting was successful if it’s there.
Step 6: You need to download the necessary apps.
To install the Play Store, you will need several files, including a file manager app.All of the following are available for download on the XDA forums.Make sure to download the latest version of Account and sync settings.
Step 7: You can transfer the files to your e-reader.
You can use your computer to transfer the files from the Kindle to the computer.The root folder is an easy to access location.
Step 8: You can open the file explorer.
To expand the Tools section, tap the Menu button and then tap “Root Explorer”.Set both options to “RW” after selecting “Mount R/W”.
Step 9: You need to install the first set.
You’re ready to install the APKs once the ES File Explorer is configured.In order to install the following four, you need to navigate to the location that you copied the APKs to.
Step 10: You can open the ES Explorer.
Go back and copy Vending.apk.You can copy from the menu that appears.If you want to change the file, put it in the System/App folder.The device should bebooted again.
Step 11: Go to the Play Store.
You can use the ES File Explorer to navigate to the Play Store.To begin the installation, tap it.Reboot your device once installation is complete.
Step 12: Start the store.
You can start up the Play Store once you restart your device.If you don’t have a Google Account, you can create one for free.The Amazon App Store can be used to download apps that aren’t normally available through the Play Store.