If you don’t know how to use Google services on Amazon Fire tablets, we are going to help you out. Fire Toolbox is one of the best tools to hack Amazon tablets, unlock their full potential, and access Google services and third party applications for Android.
Amazon installs its own operating system on those tablets. It is based on Android but it goes beyond a customized user interface. But you can also use Google services on these devices with some simple tricks.
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How to use Google services on Amazon Fire tablets?
Today we will review a Windows application that combines a lot of command line tools to hack Amazon tablets, unlock their potential, and access third-party services and applications. Fire Toolbox was updated last week to version 10.0 and supports almost all versions of Amazon Fire tablets released from 2014 to date. You just need to follow these steps:
- Connect your Amazon Fire to a Windows PC and allow the system to install the necessary drivers (if you don’t have them already). Disconnect the tablet from the PC.
- Download and install the latest version of Fire Toolbox on your PC.
Enable USB debugging:
- Access the tablet configuration tool > Device Options and tap on the serial number (seven times) until you unlock the Developer Options. You’ll see those options that were previously hidden. Open them and check “Enable ADB”.
- Connect the tablet to the PC and run Fire Toolbox.
The advantages of Fire Toolbox
The latest 10x version of this tool includes improvements for restoring backups, downloading applications, a new application for installing a custom keyboard, an updated method for removing blocking screen advertisements, or disabling Amazon OTA updates, which means you will not receive security updates or features from Amazon.
Among its features we highlight:
- Installation and management of Google services, Framework, and Google Play to access all Android applications.
- Uninstallation of some or all pre-installed Amazon applications.
- Installation of sideloading applications downloaded to the PC
- Changing the startup or launcher application.
- Enabling / disabling automatic updates and other system settings.
- Removal of advertisements and management of the lock screen.
- Back up all tablet data on the PC or restore from a previous backup.
- Access to the ADB (Android Debug Bridge) and its possibilities from the command line.
- Change screen density options, sounds, keyboards or input methods.
This way, you’ve learned how to use Google services on Amazon Fire tablets, thanks to this great tool.