Now that you’ve rooted your Amazon Kindle Fire (see our previous article) it is time to get access to the Android Market so you can download many of the Android apps. For those of you who missed it the Kindle Fire from Amazon is a new tablet / eReader device which runs Android, as you can imagine it has already been rooted as soon as it was released and we can imagine custom ROMs and more will show up at some point. Let’s find out how to install the Android Market and other Google Apps on your new Amazon Kindle Fire.
Disclaimer: Please note that we will not be responsible if you end up bricking your device. Rooting or customizing your device can be risky, follow the instructions at your own risk.
Before you can install the Android Market and the Google Apps on your Kindle Fire you will need to root / jailbreak it. You can find the instructions in our previous article @ How To Root Your Kindle Fire.
Once your Kindle Fire is rooted / jailbroken then you can proceed and install the Android Market on it.
To install the Android Market you can follow this step by step YouTube video:
The instructions can also be found on XDA @ [G-Apps][GUIDE] Google Apps on the Kindle Fire - Simpler Market Instructions.
With a rooted Kindle Fire tablet and the Android Market you can now access thousands of apps available on Android like a new Launcher and more.
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