Get back Google Play Store or use Unknown Source for apps


Play Store

Did you bring a new Android based gadget recently? And you didn’t find Google Play Store in it! So, still are you looking over the internet and have been reading different blogs to get one? You can find from this post, how to get Google Play Store into your gadget. Or even, you are the one, who had accidently removed it from your Android based smartphone. Or wasted it with root access or flashed a custom ROM, you still have a chance to get it back. Let’s understand how to install Google Play Store manually.

One of the simplest methods to get Google Play Store is to install APK file on your Android. For that, you need to get an APK file from the internet and download it into your Android smartphone. Once downloaded, Google Play Store APK file, just install it from the download box. The installation is very simple even if you are new to Android world. The process of installation is very much self-explanatory; you have no need to stop on number of check points to get these services on into your gadget. Once you have finished the installation process, you can download as much apps as available on Google Play Store.

There is another way to install number of apps. You can get them from third party sources. But sometimes it is risky too. For those, who want to install apps from sources other than Google, need to enable this option first. For that, you need to hit settings of your android phone. Tap on security panel, move in and check ”Unknown Sources”. This will allow you to install apps from anywhere. However you cannot download and install apps, which are iOS based.

Third party apps

Unknown Sources

So, did you find the above mentioned steps handy? Did they work for you? Share your experience on installing apps from Google or from third party in the comment section below.