Can't log in with my Kindle Fire Tablet

edited July 8 in Android

When I attempt to scan my setup code, it says "Manual sign in required--QR code scanner is not available in the currently installed version of Google Play Services. You will need to enter your 1Password account details manually.

When I attempt to enter my account details manually, it says: "Error-- Unable to communicate with the server. Please check your network connection and make sure the sign-in address is correct."

Tablet details:
Model: Fire HD 8 (7th Generation)
OS: Fire OS 5.6.4.0 (636558720) updated July 7, 2019 at 4:40 am

WiFi connection to this device:
STATISTICS
Channel 3 (11ng)
Signal 99% (-37 dBm)
Rx Rate 72.2 Mbps
Tx Rate 1 Mbps
Power Save Enabled

ACTIVITY
Activity 512 bps
Down Pkts/Bytes 5,803 / 6.31 MB
Up Pkts/Bytes 5,186 / 718 KB

UniFi Network Speed:
Up 11.9 Mbps
Down 155.8 Mbps
Latency 5 ms

Comcast (Connected server is in Chicago--However I am located in Northern Indiana in the Eastern Time Zone)

1Password Version: 7.1.5 (May 29, 2019)
Extension Version: Unknown
OS Version: Fire OS 5.6.4.0 (636558720) Google Play Store says I am running Android version 5.9
Sync Type: Family account
Referrer: forum-search: Can't log in with my Kindle Fire Tablet

Google Play Store version
15.3.14-all [0] [PR] 251948995

Comments

  • saadsaad

    Team Member

    We don't have a 1Password app for Kindle devices. To access your 1Password data on your Kindle device, navigate to https://my.1password.com in the web browser and sign in to your 1Password account.

    1Password for Android is designed to work for devices that run on Android OS and have Google Play services installed. Kindle devices use Fire OS, which has its difference from Android. It also doesn't carry Google Play Services, where features like in-app billing and QR code scanner is required to function. If we do support Kindle devices in the future, it will need to be through a separate release.

  • edited July 16

    I have it working now. I just had to reset the Kindle after installing the app.
    I also installed the latest update to Google Play Services on the device which may have been the real source of the problem. Since Google Play services isn't native to the Kindle device, updates have to be handled manually.

  • brentybrenty

    Team Member

    Ahh good point! Thanks for mentioning it. That may help others trying to do the same. Cheers! :chuffed:

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