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[Q] How to get lego fusion town master app/game working on amazon fire tv

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1st September 2014, 08:26 PM   |  #1  
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Trying to install Fusion Tower Master app on amao fire tv via root and side loading

But i keep getting ""Downlad Failed Beause You May Not Have Purchased This app"

I got the apk file from online. It was 2 files in this folder com-lego-fusion-townmaster

1) main.1222.com.lego.fusion.townmaster.obb
2) com_lego_fusion_townmaster-1222.apk

Then i adb install the apk. Not sure where to place obb file which is like 110 MB

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Is there any workaround to get this fix or working to play the game on amazon fire tv
1st September 2014, 11:59 PM   |  #2  
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Trying to install Fusion Tower Master app on amao fire tv via root and side loading

But i keep getting ""Downlad Failed Beause You May Not Have Purchased This app"

I got the apk file from online. It was 2 files in this folder com-lego-fusion-townmaster

1) main.1222.com.lego.fusion.townmaster.obb
2) com_lego_fusion_townmaster-1222.apk

Then i adb install the apk. Not sure where to place obb file which is like 110 MB

I
Is there any workaround to get this fix or working to play the game on amazon fire tv


Reason it's saying that is because that *.obb file isn't put where it needs to go, so it wants to download it, and thinks it's not paid for.

I don't know the location on the AFTV as my ES File Explorer won't get off the SDCard. But it's generally ../android/obb directory.


Also, you need to copy the *.obb file over before installing the *.apk file, or it will error out with the same error.
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2nd September 2014, 12:36 AM   |  #3  
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Thanks for response. I tried that but didnt work. Here's my location of where the OBB file is

\Xperia Tablet Z\Internal storage\Android\obb\com-lego-fusion-townmaster
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Thanks for response. I tried that but didnt work. Here's my location of where the OBB file is

\Xperia Tablet Z\Internal storage\Android\obb\com-lego-fusion-townmaster

hmm, okay. Well, I'm getting my usb stick tomorrow and will have to deal with this myself, so give me a few days and maybe I'll have an answer for you.
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Great! Hope you can figure this out. Thanks again
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okay, what I have found out so far is that the obb directory is /sdcard/Android/obb and I needed to turn on root access in es file to see it.

Copying the directory of stuff into there, and then you install the *.apk

If you installed the *.apk first, then uninstall it, then copy the stuff over, then install it.

Should work for most stuff, but I haven't played with it much. Been busy.

Was really hard to find at first, the location. But I didn't have root enabled in es file.
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Where did you find it?
Where did you get this obb file I've search the internet for it and all I get is this same exact post on 20 different website's.

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okay, what I have found out so far is that the obb directory is /sdcard/Android/obb and I needed to turn on root access in es file to see it.

Copying the directory of stuff into there, and then you install the *.apk

If you installed the *.apk first, then uninstall it, then copy the stuff over, then install it.

Should work for most stuff, but I haven't played with it much. Been busy.

Was really hard to find at first, the location. But I didn't have root enabled in es file.

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Where did you get this obb file I've search the internet for it and all I get is this same exact post on 20 different website's.

Thanks

https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...ion.townmaster

it's free, I didn't try it on my Amazon TV though.

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