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Originally Posted by golfgirl8350
I have a Kindle Fire HD rooted with Kinology. All Google apps have downloaded just fine, except for Google Search. I get a "Parse Error--There is a problem parsing the package" message. What I've tried to fix it so far: 1) downloaded 1Market and tried to load Google Search. 2) Cleared cache and data from both 1Market and Play Store, then shut down and restarted my KFHD. Tried to download & install from both stores. 3) Attempted to sideload Google Search from my Droid Razr Maxx via my PC. Nothing has worked. I've seen other threads for other tablets where one of these "fixes" did the trick. Not this time. Is it something about Kinology? And if it is about Kinology, is there something simple I can do? I rooted my 1st gen Kindle Fire myself (With KF Utility which made it a breeze), but bought this KFHD already rooted and don't know much about Kinology, so if there's an answer, I'd really appreciate step-by-step instructions.
usually when it says it cant parse it it's because its designed to work with a newer version of android than the device is running.
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