Turn your Nexus 7 into a Kindle Fire Video
Turn your Nexus 7 into a Kindle Fire Video Transcript
An Amazon Kindle fire -- -- -- make the move to a nexus seven you probably wanna take all of Amazon apps and media with you. Pays -- -- show you how to turn your nexus seven into a super Kindle the first -- is easy. Use the Google play App Store to download Amazon's Kindle app and Amazon MP3 app. It'll give you access to your Kindle book library and Aussie Amazon MP3 collection. Once you haven't installed set -- you can even take extra step of kicking the Google books in Google music apps out of the launcher and then just put these in their place. Now Google is not big on the idea of letting the spot from stores they don't own to getting your Amazon purchase -- -- -- on your takes a little bit effort. To do it you'll first need to dive into the tablet settings the quick way to get -- to swipe down from the top and -- the control panel icon. Under security check the box for installing apps from un trusted sources. Next you want to install Amazon's App Store which -- -- directly from Amazon. Wash the web browser on your tablet or any computer you have nearby head over to Amazon.com slash -- store. The from the get started link on the right click it and enter your email address. And a -- evaluate -- -- can use to download their app. Now to download it to your nexus seven need to open email on your tablet and click on the link to start your installation. When you're done locate the app open it and log in with your Amazon account. Under settings you should see an option for my apps we can download any apps -- games that you purchase from Amazon. Tonight -- Amazon apps you Kindle books -- Amazon MP3 collection what's missing. Well you can't download Amazon video content on the nexus seven -- -- -- count the Kindle fire at least not the moment. You can't even stream Amazon video directly from their site since Adobe Flash isn't supported on the -- You just got the code get to the Google Video store which is actually pretty comparable to what you get from Amazon. The tea that's how to get most -- Amazon content loaded up on the Mac to set. You have any other how to requests you can find me on Twitter and let me know. If Facebook's more your thing you can subscribe to my updates there and more helpful CNET videos like these head over how to dot cnet.com. About bell as much. --
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