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Enabling USB Debugging Mode in Amazon Fire for Android Studio

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I finally bought an Amazon Fire and decided that I should make a tutorial for enabling its USB debugging mode for android development purpose. So here it is. Pretty simple and easy.
Let’s begin!

Open your Settings.

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Then select Device.

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Then select Get info about your Fire, and tap any of the item at least 7 times within 5 seconds. Developer Options button will appear.

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Press the button Developer Options and set Developer Options to ON. Also check USB Debugging under Debugging.

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After that being done. Now open your SDK Manager. Click Tools -> Manage Add-on Sites.

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Then click on User Defined Sites. Then click on New.

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Paste the following link and then press Ok and then Close.

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Let it complete its loading

When its finished loading. Navigate to Android 4.4.2 (API 19) / Android 4.2.2 (API 17) and select Amazon Fire Tablet SDK Addon / Amazon Fire Phone SDK Addon and install it.

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Scroll down and go to Extras. Select Amazon Fire Phone Build Tools and Kindle Fire USB Driver and install them too.

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At last open your File Explorer and navigate to the directory where Android SDK is installed. Open extras -> amazon -> kindle_fire_usb_driver. Install KindleDrivers.exe  file.

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Finally open Android Studio and connect your Amazon Fire. You’ll get the following prompt, press OK.

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Now on Android Studio, run your app, and you’ll see your Amazon Fire in the connected running device.

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and that’s all to it.
If you guys have any question leave a comment. 🙂

See ya!

Author: kodesnippets

2 Comments

  1. Anonymous
    Anonymous December 28, 2015

    Cool

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