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Post by the_pathfinder » 16 Oct 2018 14:42

I have automagic on my samsung and love it. I am trying to install it on a Kindle, but having trouble with the install. I was able to install the demo version from the link on Google Play but cannot download the full version from Google Play. Can you send or direct me to a full version apk?

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Re: kindle

Post by Martin » 16 Oct 2018 18:46

Hi,

I don't have a Kindle but was under the impression that it does not come with Google Play at all. Is Google Play now pre-installed on the Kindle?
What's the error message when you try to install Automagic via Google Play?

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Martin

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Re: kindle

Post by the_pathfinder » 19 Oct 2018 18:45

Thanks for the reply. I access Google Play directly from the Kindle Browser and when I try to purchase Automagic, I get a message asking for which device and the kindle is not an option, only my Samsung device.

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Re: kindle

Post by Martin » 19 Oct 2018 18:59

Is the Google Play app available on the Kindle? Google Play is required on the device to install Automagic. The version available in the browser is not enough.

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Re: kindle

Post by the_pathfinder » 28 Oct 2018 10:10

Google Play app is not available on the Kindle. I just navigate directly to the play store via the Silk browser. That is how I got the demo apk. The demo version works fine on the Kindle, I just can't download the retail version and I wish I could. Any way to get the retail version other than the play store?

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Re: kindle

Post by Martin » 28 Oct 2018 19:40

No, sorry. Google Play is the only supported channel to get the retail version.

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