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How to Enjoy More Games on Your Fire Tablet by Using an SD Card


How to Download Games to SD Card on Amazon Fire Tablet




If you own an Amazon Fire tablet, you might have noticed that it doesn't come with a lot of internal storage space. Most models have only 16GB or 32GB of built-in memory, which can quickly fill up with apps, games, photos, videos, and other files. That's why downloading games to an SD card can be a smart move. It can help you free up some space on your device, improve its performance, and enjoy more games without worrying about running out of room.


In this article, we will show you how to download games to an SD card on your Amazon Fire tablet. We will also explain how to choose the right SD card for your tablet, how to insert and format it, and how to use it as either internal or portable storage. Plus, we will share some tips and tricks for using an SD card with your Fire tablet. Let's get started!




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Choosing the Right SD Card for Your Fire Tablet




What are the supported SD card sizes and types for Fire tablets?




Amazon Fire tablets have a microSD card slot that can support cards up to 1TB in size. However, not all microSD cards are created equal. You need to pay attention to the speed class and performance of the card, as well as its compatibility with your tablet model.


The speed class of a microSD card indicates how fast it can read and write data. The higher the speed class, the better the performance. You can find the speed class rating on the card or its packaging, usually as a number inside a circle or a letter inside a U shape. For example, Class 10, U1, or U3 are common speed classes for microSD cards.


The performance of a microSD card also depends on its application performance class, which measures how well it can run apps. This is especially important if you want to use the SD card as internal storage for your Fire tablet. The application performance class is shown as a number inside an A shape. For example, A1 or A2 are common application performance classes for microSD cards.


The compatibility of a microSD card with your Fire tablet model depends on the version of Fire OS that your tablet is running. Fire OS is the operating system that powers Amazon's devices. You can check which version of Fire OS your tablet is running by going to Settings > Device Options > System Updates. Here are some general guidelines for choosing a compatible microSD card for your Fire tablet:


  • If your tablet is running Fire OS 5 or lower, you can use any microSD card that has a speed class of at least Class 10 or UHS Speed Class 1 (U1).



  • If your tablet is running Fire OS 6 or higher, you can use any microSD card that has a speed class of at least Class 10 or UHS Speed Class 1 (U1) and an application performance class of at least A1.



If your tablet is running Fire OS 7 or higher, you can use any microSD card that has a speed class of at least Class 10 or UHS Speed Class 3 (U3) and an application performance class How to move apps and games to the SD card automatically or manually




After you have formatted the SD card as internal storage, you can start installing apps and games on it. By default, your Fire tablet will automatically install new apps and games on the SD card if there is enough space available. However, you can also choose to install them on your tablet's internal storage if you prefer.


To change the default installation location for new apps and games, follow these steps:


  • Go to Settings > Storage > SD Card.



  • Tap on Default Install Location and choose either Internal Storage or SD Card.



  • Tap OK to confirm your choice.



If you want to move existing apps and games from your tablet's internal storage to the SD card, or vice versa, you can do so manually. However, not all apps and games can be moved to the SD card. Some may require to be installed on the internal storage for security or performance reasons. You can check which apps and games can be moved by looking for a Change button in their settings.


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  • Go to Settings > Apps & Games > Manage All Applications.



  • Select the app or game you want to move and tap on it.



  • If you see a Change button, tap on it and choose either Internal Storage or SD Card.



  • Tap Move and wait for the transfer process to complete.



Using the SD Card as Portable Storage




How to select the option to use the SD card as portable storage




If you don't want to use the SD card as internal storage, you can select the option to use it as portable storage when you format the card. This will allow you to download and transfer media and files to the SD card, such as music, videos, photos, documents, and ebooks. You can also use the card with other devices, such as a computer or a camera.


However, there are some limitations to using the SD card as portable storage. First, you will not be able to install apps and games on the SD card. You will only be able to store them on your tablet's internal storage. Second, you will not be able to access some of the media and files on the SD card if you remove it from your tablet. For example, you will not be able to play music or videos that are downloaded from Amazon Prime Video or Music.


To use the SD card as portable storage, follow these steps:


  • Insert the SD card into your Fire tablet and tap on the notification or go to Settings > Storage > SD Card.



  • Select Format as Portable Storage and tap Erase & Format.



  • Wait for the formatting process to complete. This may take a few minutes depending on the size and speed of your card.



  • Tap Done and enjoy using your SD card as portable storage.



How to download and transfer media and files to the SD card




After you have formatted the SD card as portable storage, you can start downloading and transferring media and files to it. You can use various sources, such as your tablet's browser, email, cloud storage, or USB cable. However, you need to make sure that the media and files are compatible with your Fire tablet and that you have the appropriate apps to open them.


For example, if you want to download music or videos from Amazon Prime Video or Music, you need to have the Prime Video or Music app installed on your tablet. You also need to change the download location for these apps to the SD card. You can do this by going to Settings > Apps & Games > Amazon


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