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Amazon Fire HD 10 Tablet 32GB - with Special Offers £109.99 / without Special Offers £119.99 Prime Customers - Amazon
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Amazon Fire HD 10 Tablet 32GB - with Special Offers £109.99 / without Special Offers £119.99 Prime Customers - Amazon

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Posted 18th Sep

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Amazon Prime customers can save £40 off the Fire 10 HD Tablet from today until the 25th September.


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Only with free advertising. Otherwise more expensive. Show mode charging dock additional as well.
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 18th Sep
sam_of_london18/09/2019 09:51

Only with free advertising. Otherwise more expensive


Others have mentioned call them and mention children use also so advertisements not appropriate and have been removed for free.,worth a try or threaten to send back
I'm also given the option of paying over 5 months.
Never owned an Amazon tablet, sorry for my ignorance but can you surf the net and add apps from Google play (This may sound stupid)? Can you transfer video via flash drive? Are you restricted in any way as opposed to a non Amazon android tablet?
Thinking getting one for my son, for some school work (via internet) some games and cartoons which are on the memory stick. Thanks a lot!
Edited by: "sheffield788" 18th Sep
I got the QVC Offer last year - the 32Gb 10.1" with a 32GB Memory Card plus Case. For £114 delivered. Have side-loaded Google Play onto it.
sheffield78818/09/2019 10:55

Never owned an Amazon tablet, sorry for my ignorance but can you surf the …Never owned an Amazon tablet, sorry for my ignorance but can you surf the net and add apps from Google play (This may sound stupid)? Can you transfer video via flash drive? Are you restricted in any way as opposed to a non Amazon android tablet? Thinking getting one for my son, for some school work (via internet) some games and cartoons which are on the memory stick. Thanks a lot!


Yes, you can side-load Google Play and all their Apps. Plenty of YouTube videos on how to do it. I did it and no problems - get regular Google Apps updates too.
sheffield78818/09/2019 10:55

Never owned an Amazon tablet, sorry for my ignorance but can you surf the …Never owned an Amazon tablet, sorry for my ignorance but can you surf the net and add apps from Google play (This may sound stupid)? Can you transfer video via flash drive? Are you restricted in any way as opposed to a non Amazon android tablet? Thinking getting one for my son, for some school work (via internet) some games and cartoons which are on the memory stick. Thanks a lot!


short answer is 'yes', but there are caveats. amazon's fire operating system is based on an older version of android (fire os 6 is based on android 7, api level 25, whereas google is about to release version 10, api level 29 - in other words apps that are above api level 25 won't work on amazon's tablets), so some recent applications will not work on amazon's tablets. in order to get access to the google play store, you have to 'sideload' the play store (there are plenty of examples via google, but they're usually derived from the xda developers forums e.g. forum.xda-developers.com/ama…603).

so yes, you can use a browser on there quite happily to surf the web, but by default there's no google play store. you can sideload it, but some apps won't work. tablets don't usually read flash drives at all, but usually you can get an 'on-the-go' (OTG) usb cable that will work. it's usually easier to connect to a pc and transfer that way, or pull the sd card and plug that into the pc instead. generally, you're restricted to amazon's offerings, and certain things won't work (e.g. changing the launcher) but there are often ways around these on xda forums. having said all that, though, they're perfectly good tablets, and they'll do very well for most people's usage patterns. hell, i'm a software developer and an android enthusiast and we've got a couple of the 7" ones at home for the kids because they're just so cheap and more than good enough.
bladesuk118/09/2019 12:01

short answer is 'yes', but there are caveats. amazon's fire operating …short answer is 'yes', but there are caveats. amazon's fire operating system is based on an older version of android (fire os 6 is based on android 7, api level 25, whereas google is about to release version 10, api level 29 - in other words apps that are above api level 25 won't work on amazon's tablets), so some recent applications will not work on amazon's tablets. in order to get access to the google play store, you have to 'sideload' the play store (there are plenty of examples via google, but they're usually derived from the xda developers forums e.g. https://forum.xda-developers.com/amazon-fire/general/how-to-install-google-play-store-fire-t3486603).so yes, you can use a browser on there quite happily to surf the web, but by default there's no google play store. you can sideload it, but some apps won't work. tablets don't usually read flash drives at all, but usually you can get an 'on-the-go' (OTG) usb cable that will work. it's usually easier to connect to a pc and transfer that way, or pull the sd card and plug that into the pc instead. generally, you're restricted to amazon's offerings, and certain things won't work (e.g. changing the launcher) but there are often ways around these on xda forums. having said all that, though, they're perfectly good tablets, and they'll do very well for most people's usage patterns. hell, i'm a software developer and an android enthusiast and we've got a couple of the 7" ones at home for the kids because they're just so cheap and more than good enough.


Well said . I have useless fire phone lying in my drawer. Amazon will not update it or support it.
Is this 2017 gen 7? Is there a new model out or due out?
cargill8518/09/2019 12:12

Is this 2017 gen 7? Is there a new model out or due out?


More like offloading some before Black Friday at an even lower price...
I've had 2 Amazon tablets for the kids and whilst fine at first they lack any real "oomph" (RAM) so become frustratingly slow and irresponsive before long. I want a kid-friendly tablet for Christmas, but nothing from Amazon!
bladesuk118/09/2019 12:01

short answer is 'yes', but there are caveats. amazon's fire operating …short answer is 'yes', but there are caveats. amazon's fire operating system is based on an older version of android (fire os 6 is based on android 7, api level 25, whereas google is about to release version 10, api level 29 - in other words apps that are above api level 25 won't work on amazon's tablets), so some recent applications will not work on amazon's tablets. in order to get access to the google play store, you have to 'sideload' the play store (there are plenty of examples via google, but they're usually derived from the xda developers forums e.g. https://forum.xda-developers.com/amazon-fire/general/how-to-install-google-play-store-fire-t3486603).so yes, you can use a browser on there quite happily to surf the web, but by default there's no google play store. you can sideload it, but some apps won't work. tablets don't usually read flash drives at all, but usually you can get an 'on-the-go' (OTG) usb cable that will work. it's usually easier to connect to a pc and transfer that way, or pull the sd card and plug that into the pc instead. generally, you're restricted to amazon's offerings, and certain things won't work (e.g. changing the launcher) but there are often ways around these on xda forums. having said all that, though, they're perfectly good tablets, and they'll do very well for most people's usage patterns. hell, i'm a software developer and an android enthusiast and we've got a couple of the 7" ones at home for the kids because they're just so cheap and more than good enough.


Thank you, this is a really good answer. My mistake about the flash drives, I mean what you mentioned already, transferring via cable from PC or put them on an SD card, this is what I do now with the other tablets.

I am tempted because of the price, but it is for my 6 year old, so needs to be easy and also probably better not to have the Amazon promo/adds on, as I do not know what he will click on. Most of his games are more or less phonics or maths related (but he chooses Mario instead) and were free on google play store for a limited period of time. I am not familiar and I think I will be limited to find these elsewhere, this is why I was asking about Google Play store, obviously more choices there.

I suspected it was a way to access Google play, I managed to add things on my Amazon Fire stick, so I was pretty certain it will involve some extra work. I don't think i want the headache, so probably I will stick with a traditional Android tablet, hopefully I will find a refurbished one around this price. Well, not this price, more closer to the Fire 7 tablet price, £35 new. Quite challenging, as I want a bit more RAM:) too.

Thanks a lot!
Edited by: "sheffield788" 18th Sep
I got an extra £6 off as I used the ‘Get £6 extra when you top up £80’ option - result!
amazon.co.uk/b?n…0-6
In this price and size huawei t5 with 3gb of ram is the best choice for kids.
Will the 10 kids version be £99 again soon?
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