Recently we have provided the exclusive review of Amazon Kindle Fire at Amazon Kindle Fire Tablet PC Exclusive Review. We have made a point that the one of the limitation of Amazon Kindle Fire is the absence of Android Market and Google Apps. So the users were not able to download apps from their favorite markets. Even though Amazon has provided exclusive app store for Kindle Fire, the number was nowhere near to Google apps and Android Market. But this limitation is almost over by the release of source code for Amazon Kindle Fire.
How to install Android Market and Google apps on Amazon Kindle Fire
This unique installation of Android Market and Google apps in Kindle Fire is enabled by the release of source file from Amazon Kindle fire. According to agreements to Google any device using Android operating system has to publish their source code to public. So the Amazon Kindle fire also has published their source code on their official website. The source code was released by Amazon on Thursday which is little bit faster than other developers. It consists of 800 MB size. The code can be edited and some experts have found out the way to install Google apps and Android Market on Kindle Fire.
The installation of Android Market and Google apps will modify the Kindle system files. For this you have to download GoogleServicesFramework.apk and Vending.apk files. The complete installation procedure is provided in official website
Also you have to install new interface to see the Android Market in your Amazon Kindle Fire.
The installation will modify the Amazon Kindle Fire system files. The incorrect installation may damage the system. So make these changes in your own risk. According to the commands reported in forums we understand that plenty of them have got good results. You cannot see some of the familiar applications in the market due to the lack of hardware specifications of Kindle Fire. Now read the above forum thread and enjoy Android Market and Google Apps Market on your Amazon Kindle Fire.