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Amazon's Fire tablets have many things going for it, but they also have at least one shortcoming: they don't come with Google Play.While the Amazon Appstore does have most of the apps one might want, there are some apps (like reading apps that compete with the Kindle app) that Amazon won't let us install on a Fire tablet. The more complicated solutions involve installing Google Play on your Fire tablet (this is also the most efficient and effective) but there is also a trick that requires a lot less work. First things first: Turn on your Fire tablet, and go to the Amazon Appstore.Basically all that you need to do is install a couple newer versions of Google apps, namely Google Account Manager and Google Services Framework. This fix applies to 5th and 6th generation Fire tablets after the 126.96.36.199 and 5.3.2 firmware updates.That includes the entry-level Fire tablet, the Fire HD 10 and both Fire HD 8 models.Installing the apps is as simple as using the file manager to open the folder with the apps, select an app, and then select the option to install the app.If you added Google Play to your Fire tablet and it suddenly stopped working properly after the Alexa update, here’s a quick fix to get things working again.
It turns out you only need to install 2 of the apps instead of all 4 if you followed this Fire tablet Google Play install guide, or any similar tutorial where you simply sideloaded the Google Play store and accompanying apps.
The Google Play store and some other apps downloaded from the Play store stopped working after the Alexa update on my Fire tablet.