Login issue on Kindle Fire HD without device registered
Hi Shanmi, Could you please let us know what is your use case of signing in an user to a Kindle device which is not registered. For your information, if the device is not registered with an Amazon account, the app which is published through Amazon App Store, would not work in Kindle device. Because downloaded apps always needs it's owner account to be logged in to the store. The user who would try to launch the app with out registering the device with an account would see a popup in the app start-up and that will force the app to be terminated by saying the user "app is not owned by you".
@Sujoy@Amazon Thanks for your reply. If thats the case then it should be fine, i was testing in based on the use-case we had while developing for GooglePlay where the app is not "bound" to an account, it just needs one to install from the play-store, the user can then uninstall GooglePlay services from the app-manager. We just need to make sure that the app doesn't crash in that case.
Hi Shanmi, In Kindle Fire, the app store could not be uninstalled. And if you install one app from one account and deregister the device, the installed app could not be launched. You will face a popup saying that "you do not own this app" or "please register the device". The app would never be crashed in any case.