What is 'Kindle parse error'?
"Kindle parse error" is an error that may occur when you try to install an application from unknown sources. The error may also occur when your application installer becomes corrupted or damaged.
How can you fix 'Kindle parse error'?
Some of the common fixes include:
- Enabling "App from Unknown Sources"
- Double-checking the Android version, hardware and application
Please see our in-depth walk-through solutions below.
1. Enable "App From Unknown Sources"
"Kindle parse error" may occur when you are installing an application from unknown sources. This feature protects you from a third-party application that may harm your Android operating system. However, if the application you are installing is safe, you may want to enable "App From Unknown Sources" to proceed with the installation. See the instructions and image below.
- Go to Settings.
- Click Security.
- Enable "App From Unknown Sources" and click Ok to confirm.
- Now, run your application to install.
2. Double-check Android version, hardware, and application
"Kindle parse error" could also be caused by your application installer if it has become corrupt or damaged. You may want to download the application again but make sure you have enabled “App From Unknown Sources.”
Also, you may want to check the applicable minimum requirement. Your hardware or Android version might not support the application's minimum requirement. If your Android version is old, try to update it using the instructions below. However, if your hardware does not meet the requirement, you may want to buy a new Kindle version.
Update Software Version of the Kindle
Go to Device and check if an update is available.