The Amazon Kindle Fire HD, as well as Amazons other tablets, are very good buys. The tablets take reading a notch higher, giving you a rather new experience in reading ebooks. The only thing that the tablets come short of, despite being an Android device, is that you can only download and install apps from Amazons Appstore. Although that was the case, owners of the said tablets can now install apps from the Google Play Store, all thanks to the developer community. XDA Developers member stopxwatch has provided a workaround that allows Kindle Fire owners to enjoy the ever-growing number of apps in the Google Play Store. Just a heads-up though, this guide entails adding files to the /system folder. As of the moment, there is no way one can restore the original system folder so do proceed with extra caution. This guide shows you how to install Google Play Store on the Kindle Fire HD. WarningThe instructions in this guide are intended for use with the 7-inch Amazon Kindle Fire HD. Applying...
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