Originally Posted by AQURORA
First: Go to Settings > Security > Enable Apps from Unknown Sources.
Download The Google Apps (I can't link, so google search them)
**Use an app such as ES File Explorer to install them, but install them in this exact order:
- Google Services Framework
- Google Play Services
- Google Account Manager
- Google Play Store
After Google Play Store is installed (the last one), open it. Search and download Youtube App. After Youtube App is done, open it, which will bring you to the Google Play Store Update page. Update. Restart Device. Done. Everything in the Google App Store should be working.
So, thank you for posting the first and only 6th gen guide for the fire tablet, but these instructions aren't working for me. I have a feeling it could be because I updated the Fire OS to 22.214.171.124 (latest patch). Every time I try to install any of the apps listed above, I get a "parse error", which I'm sure in Kindle speak means "we don't want any google play on this device, use our app store because we want money damn it". It does this even when I try to use the ES Explorer, which coincidentally, I am no longer able to update. Any suggestions?