How do i use google maps on my kindle fire?

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Brandyn Reinger asked a question: How do i use google maps on my kindle fire?
Asked By: Brandyn Reinger
Date created: Thu, Jun 24, 2021 7:15 AM
Date updated: Fri, Sep 23, 2022 1:23 AM

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Sideload Google maps on kindle fire hd

Copy the GoogleServicesFramework. apk and GoogleLoginService. apk files over to Kindle Fire HD, then use ES File Explorer to launch them. Now Install both apps, then reboot your Kindle Fire HD once so that the changes can take effect.

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Plug your Kindle Fire into your PC using a USB cable and when it’s drive appears on your PC, copy the Android APK files (Google Maps and whatever else you copied) into it. Now disconnect the Kindle Fire from the PC and open Easy Installer in Apps. You will be able to choose an app to install from a list of the APK files you copied.

Change the Silk Browser’s Search Engine to Google By default, the Silk Browser app uses Microsoft’s Bing search engine to search the web. You can make it use Google instead. To do so, tap the menu button at the top-left corner of the Silk Browser, tap “Settings”, tap “Search engine”, and select “Google”.

Plug your Kindle Fire HD into your computer via a USB cable to transfer the installation files and get the Google apps up and running. Copy the GoogleServicesFramework.apk and the...

To do this, when you go to the download page for each app (see below), try to match your tablet’s Android version (remember: Fire OS 6 = Android 7.1 Nougat and Fire OS 5 = Android 5.1 Lollipop)...

Extract the .zip file and double-click 1-Install-Play-Store.bat to open it. Type 2 and press Enter to have the tool install the Google Play Store on your Kindle Fire. This process may take several minutes. You'll see a message in the window when it's done. Reboot your tablet by turning it off and on.

I also just got a Fire HD 10 and installed the 4 google apks before seeing this thread. I'm also not rooted. However, all I needed to do to get GPS to work was to turn the Fire OS Location Based Services toggle off. (Settings-Wireless-Location Based Services). Upon opening Google Maps it asked me to use GPS and it just worked.

On the user profile that already has the Play Store: Install ML Manager from the Play Store and open it. In the list of applications, find Google Play Services, and tap the 'Extract' button. Find...

As it is not possible to load Google maps UK to my Fire, I was looking for a decent alternative. This wasn't it. I'd describe the functionality if I'd found any. As it was, half an hour after loading I deleted it again. I gave it three starts for easy to use as it was easy - just wasn't any use to me. "Thickness" got one star -because I have absolutely no idee what it means in the context of an online mapping system. Accuracy two stars - it's easy to be accurate if there is so little ...

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