This article is all about helping users who want to install and start using the Play Store app on their Android devices.
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The first step to take when trying to install the Play Store app is to check the operating system running on your device. This is to find out whether your phone or tablet will be compatible with the Play Store app and it will determine whether you should even bother trying.
To check, just go to the “Settings” tab on your phone and head down to “About Phone”. Check through the information displayed and you’ll see information regarding the phone’s current operating system. It is worth noting that phones running on less than Android 2.3 will not be able to use the Play Store app.
If your phone runs on Android 2.3 or higher, download the latest version of the Play Store in an APK file. You can do that in this link or in the next image.
Once the APK file has been downloaded, proceed to transfer it to the terminal. An alternative method to this is for you to download the file directly to your phone (a method which, in itself, is much easier).
Note: For you to be able to install this file, you need to check if your phone is able to. Go to your Settings and head to “Security”. On the tab labeled “Allow install apps from unknown sources?”, make sure it’s on a “Yes”.
Once the file has been installed, just go find it. You’ll probably see it in the “Downloads” folder in your file manager. Once found, open it and follow the final installation steps where you’ll get the right instructions for your complete installation.