With the introduction of new Amazon Fire tablets in the market today, the Amazon Fire Toolbox is just the perfect companion to bring the real Android experience to your new device.
The developer of this very useful tool updates it regularly to support the latest versions of the Amazon Fire tablet.
The Fire tablets from Amazon are a popular choice for most users who are looking for real value for their money. Fire tablets come at a very cheap price at the expense of not having a solid operating system. It does not come with built-in support for Google Play apps. The Amazon Fire OS is usually based off on older versions of Android.
How to Install Google Apps on Fire Tablets using the Amazon Fire Toolbox ADB
With the use of the Amazon Fire Toolbox, users will be able to sideload the Google Play Store which will allow them to install Google apps and services such as Google Assistant. There are just a lot of customizations you can do with the Amazon Fire Toolbox. You can even change the stock launcher, replace Alexa with Google Assistant, and remove Amazon bloatware apps.
Basically, Amazon Fire Toolbox is an Android Debug Bridge (ADB) tool. In order to use it, you have to enable USB Debugging on your tablet.
Some of the things you can do using Amazon Fire Toolbox:
- Google Play Store Installation
- Disable or Re-enable Amazon Apps
- Replace the Default Fire OS Launcher App
- Replace Alexa with Google Assistant
- System Settings Modifications
- Disable Automatic Updates
- Capture Screenshots or Screen Recordings
How to Use the Amazon Fire Toolbox in Windows 10
Amazon Fire Toolbox only runs on Windows operating system. Once you are done installing the app and all the required drivers in Windows 10, the app can recognize your device.
How to Enable Developer Options and USB Debugging
On your Amazon Fire tablet, do the following:
- Navigating to Settings then select the Device Options and open About Fire Tablet
- Tap the serial number for your tablet seven (7) times to enable the Developer Options.
- Tap the back button to go back to Device Options.
- Select Developer Options.
- Set the toggle button for Developer Options to On.
- Look for the USB Debugging setting and turn it On.
That’s it! Setting up the Amazon Fire Toolbox on Windows 10 and your Fire tablet device is easy.
With the Amazon Fire Toolbox ADB tool, you can unlock the full potential of your Amazon Fire tablet and use it effectively.