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I have the 7th generation hd 10 and yes I was able to get the Google play store on it, and so far most apps from the play store work like if it were an Android tablet. There are YouTube videos that show you how to get the play store on the kindle, it's an easy process that takes maybe 5-15 minutes.
JJ
· November 14, 2019
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It's a basically new device. New screen 1920x1200 high resolution, new CPU running at 2Ghz with 2Gb memory making it much faster, Sd Card up to 512GB, USB C fast charge, Dolby Digital Stereo which is not only loud and clear, it sounds awesome. You can look up my review of the new Amazon Kindle 10 HD, which talks more d… see more It's a basically new device. New screen 1920x1200 high resolution, new CPU running at 2Ghz with 2Gb memory making it much faster, Sd Card up to 512GB, USB C fast charge, Dolby Digital Stereo which is not only loud and clear, it sounds awesome. You can look up my review of the new Amazon Kindle 10 HD, which talks more deeply about the difference between new and previous version. I wrote it because I own both devices and made the decision that someone should compare both devices to see if its worth to upgrade. To me, it was a easy decision. You getting a lot for it's price. It is hard to find another tablet coming even close to Amazon Kindle Fire 10 HD at its price. I think the upgrade is well worth it. see less It's a basically new device. New screen 1920x1200 high resolution, new CPU running at 2Ghz with 2Gb memory making it much faster, Sd Card up to 512GB, USB C fast charge, Dolby Digital Stereo which is not only loud and clear, it sounds awesome. You can look up my review of the new Amazon Kindle 10 HD, which talks more deeply about the difference between new and previous version. I wrote it because I own both devices and made the decision that someone should compare both devices to see if its worth to upgrade. To me, it was a easy decision. You getting a lot for it's price. It is hard to find another tablet coming even close to Amazon Kindle Fire 10 HD at its price. I think the upgrade is well worth it.
Jack
· February 3, 2020
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If your Fire HD 10 tablet includes Special Offers, you'll receive Sponsored Screensavers and special offers, including personalized advertising, from Amazon directly on your device. You can learn more here: https://www.amazon.com/gp/help/customer/display.html/?ie=UTF8&nodeId=200671290&qid=1423353619&sr=1-1
Amazon Devices
· October 9, 2019
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Yes, it has a SD card slot. As stated by others you don't want it to be formatted in the FAT32 format. It should be formatted in the exFAT format. That will allow it to store files larger than the 4 GB limited by FAT32. The manufacture of the card should have formatted it as exFAT.
Dancing Lizard
· February 13, 2021
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The security patch is from 10-5-2018 think of the security risk you take using this tablet.

any one else have knowledge of a problems with security issues?

Meg E. S.
· July 27, 2020
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The old one still works like a charm and is very quick especially considering I grabbed it on sale for $79. Mine has actually updated to Fire OS 6.1 and I'm sure there will be another update on the operating system in the future. The new 15 watt charging ability is great and the octa-core processor is sweet on paper an… see more The old one still works like a charm and is very quick especially considering I grabbed it on sale for $79. Mine has actually updated to Fire OS 6.1 and I'm sure there will be another update on the operating system in the future. The new 15 watt charging ability is great and the octa-core processor is sweet on paper and it may run faster than the 2017 version but that's not enough to make me spend $150 for a base 2019 model when I love the one I have. It still has just 2 GB of RAM... I was expecting at least 4 GB and a 2.4-2.5 gigahertz processor over the 1.8 gigahertz in the 2017. The screen is still the same 224 DPI IPS panel as well. I'm sure it's a great tablet if you don't already own it's predecessor. I love my 2017 10.1" but I was expecting more given that even base model phones have more RAM, quicker processors and nicer panels. see less The old one still works like a charm and is very quick especially considering I grabbed it on sale for $79. Mine has actually updated to Fire OS 6.1 and I'm sure there will be another update on the operating system in the future. The new 15 watt charging ability is great and the octa-core processor is sweet on paper and it may run faster than the 2017 version but that's not enough to make me spend $150 for a base 2019 model when I love the one I have. It still has just 2 GB of RAM... I was expecting at least 4 GB and a 2.4-2.5 gigahertz processor over the 1.8 gigahertz in the 2017. The screen is still the same 224 DPI IPS panel as well. I'm sure it's a great tablet if you don't already own it's predecessor. I love my 2017 10.1" but I was expecting more given that even base model phones have more RAM, quicker processors and nicer panels.
Taylor
· October 21, 2019
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Contrary to the pronouncement below, my 2017 Fire 10 is red and came without "special offers." Its keyboard and the mouse and stylus I bought at the same time are also red.
SamMadHands
· February 22, 2021
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I had the same problem with the charging port! Very, very disappointed that mine was replaced under warranty with a refurbished fire 10 that had the same problem!! Wouldn’t charge. Called amazon and was told that I would receive an email with specific instructions on purchasing another fire tablet for 50% off. In fact … see more I had the same problem with the charging port! Very, very disappointed that mine was replaced under warranty with a refurbished fire 10 that had the same problem!! Wouldn’t charge. Called amazon and was told that I would receive an email with specific instructions on purchasing another fire tablet for 50% off. In fact the email directed me to the online amazon outlet store.

After 3 calls and finally a supervisor that the 50% off promise was actually honored. I decided to purchase a different. (The principle of getting a non-working tablet during the last few weeks of the warranty is very disappointing.) I told them I will never purchase a 10 even if they claim this problem is fixed.

Hesitate on purchasing the 10. Hold them to their promises. This was not the experiences I used to have with amazon. I doubt I will use them in the future. see less
I had the same problem with the charging port! Very, very disappointed that mine was replaced under warranty with a refurbished fire 10 that had the same problem!! Wouldn’t charge. Called amazon and was told that I would receive an email with specific instructions on purchasing another fire tablet for 50% off. In fact the email directed me to the online amazon outlet store.

After 3 calls and finally a supervisor that the 50% off promise was actually honored. I decided to purchase a different. (The principle of getting a non-working tablet during the last few weeks of the warranty is very disappointing.) I told them I will never purchase a 10 even if they claim this problem is fixed.

Hesitate on purchasing the 10. Hold them to their promises. This was not the experiences I used to have with amazon. I doubt I will use them in the future.

M. Lou Stewart
· January 3, 2020
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I modest laptop, yes. A full-featured one, no.

I routinely use a keyboard with mine and it's serviceable for basic stuff. Most Android apps aren't even trying to be a laptop replacement, though. And a 10 inch screen is pretty small, even by Chromebook standards. But, small can be advantageous! … see more
I modest laptop, yes. A full-featured one, no.

I routinely use a keyboard with mine and it's serviceable for basic stuff. Most Android apps aren't even trying to be a laptop replacement, though. And a 10 inch screen is pretty small, even by Chromebook standards. But, small can be advantageous!

But, if you need something more than a basic stuff -- you'll want a laptop. see less
I modest laptop, yes. A full-featured one, no.

I routinely use a keyboard with mine and it's serviceable for basic stuff. Most Android apps aren't even trying to be a laptop replacement, though. And a 10 inch screen is pretty small, even by Chromebook standards. But, small can be advantageous!

But, if you need something more than a basic stuff -- you'll want a laptop.

Toomuchnoise
· November 23, 2020
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It's the same tablet, both have FreeTime unlimited installed but its free for a year with the kid's version. You also get a two year replacement warranty and case with the kid's version
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· November 25, 2019