Tuesday, December 22, 2015

Updated blog articles on installing non-Amazon apps and making Flash work on Year 2012-2015 Amazon tablets

Just an alert to newsfeed and Kindle Blog Edition readers

While working on a blog article on recent minor Amazon feature changes and additions toward the end of the year, I updated two blog articles to make them usable for Year 2015 Fire Tablet users who find they need to use an app that's not in the Amazon app store and want a guide to how that is done as well as those who might need to use non-working Flash on some sites.

  As a result I updated the following two articles, but blog newsfeeds (such as Feedly or NewsBlur) are not updated to show these articles as recent if they were first put online some time ago, even if they are updated from time to time after new lines of devices are released.

1. How to install Google play apps (non-Amazon apps) on a Kindle Fire HD / HDX. The reviewer Myth that the Kindle Fire tablets use only Amazon apps. UPDATED May 11, 2014, Jan 3, 2015, Dec 22, 2015

2. How to Install Flash on Kindle Fire HDX/HD, Yr 2013-2014 models and Yr2015 Fire tablets. Step-by-Step guide on How to Play Flash video on Flash-intensive websites. Several tips on streaming video. Large update 1/9/15, smaller update 12/22/15.

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