The Amazon Fire is a decent sub £100 tablet for many. But it’s limited by the Amazon Store.
A lot of users have bricked their Fire tablet (and warranty) trying to root it. But this is unnecessary as apps can be easily sideloaded onto the device.
First enable developer options on your Fire.
Settings > Device Options and then scroll down to Serial Number. Tap the serial number until “Developer Options” show up underneath.
Now open Developer Options and under Debugging turn on Enable ADB to allow installing the ADB USB Driver.
To perform ADB debugging on Windows, you’ll need to install the Amazon Fire 5th Gen SuperTool
Download and unpack the file to a folder, and then run 1-Amazon-Fire-5h-gen.bat
Select option 1 in the first and then the second screen. Hit any key to proceed with the install.
The Windows Device Manager will open automatically. You will find the Fire under Universal Serial Bus devices, right-click and select Update Driver Software. Choose “Browse my computer for driver software” and browse to the unpacked folder. Select the android_winusb.inf file, and click Open, then OK.
After this, return to the SuperTool and press any key to continue, followed by ENTER to return to the initial menu.
At the menu, select to install the Google Play Store and remove lock screen ads, press 2 and hit ENTER, followed by any key to confirm the conditions.
The program will go through four installation stages before your device is ready to be used.
How has your experience been with the Amazon Fire?