Three Ways to Put Skins on “Minecraft” on a Kindle Fire HD
“Minecraft” is a world where you can build anything that you can imagine but regrettably it does not include many ways to do it. As the game’s popularity has risen and with multiplayer servers, the users have started developing the characters in their own way and change their appearance which is known as “skin.” All these skins are now available for all Minecraft versions with the Minecraft Pocket Edition for the Kindle Fire HD. Here are the ways to put skins, so read the article carefully.
Two steps involved in adding skins to “Minecraft PE.” First is to create the skin or download the skin. And the second steps is to apply the skin on it.
Most apps that allow you to apply skins mostly do not have a skin creator. So to create a skin or download the skin you have to move to the free skin website like Minecraft Skins, Nova Skin, or The Skindex. From these sites, you can search or modify favorite skins and download it to your Kindle Fire HD directly. If you don’t know the way to find it, search the “PE” term in the search bar and find all the skins for “Minecraft PE” game.
For the “Minecraft PE,” BlockLauncher Pro is an app that allows you to download different patches and textures to change the overall feel and look of the “Minecraft” game. BlockLauncher Pro is an app on the Google Play, and it charges $3.06 to download the app. Once you have downloaded the app, you can use the preferred skin site to your device and go to the setting option to choose a skin for the character you would like to pick.
It is another app that let you download and install skins for characters, blocks and the rest of the “Minecraft PE” world. But the good part about this app is it is free, but the app depends on the skins that you have downloaded onto your mobile from another source as explained earlier.
To use it, you have to open the app and press the button of the “Install Downloaded Content.” next, choose the skin that you want to apply and press the install button.
Now, go back to the main tool kit of app and press on the “Change Texture/Scan.” tab. Next, choose the skin and pick the option “Use” and save the changes. And within no time the new skin will apply on the “Minecraft” game.
Jelly Bean Warnings
Many of the websites and skin providing apps show the warning that they do not support Android Jelly Bean, or the Android version 4.1, 4.2 and 4.3, and first. So it is a somehow worrisome thing.
But you do not have to worry as the Kindle Fire HD is based on Ice Cream Sandwich, an older version of Android. Amazon has added its functions and codes named as “fork,” so that the device will not be upgraded to newer versions of Android introduced by Google.