Maybe you have mistakenly deleted the shortcut of the Google Play Store app on your device or suddenly you couldn’t find the Google Play Store app on your device anymore and you do not know how to go about getting it back and resetting your Android device is not an option, then this post is for you. I want to show you how you can install Google Play Store app on your Android phone.
Google Play Store app is the official market place for all Android apps, e-books, music, games etc. Google Play Store app let’s you access the Google Play Store and all the listed apps, games etc there.
So if you have lost it on your Android device by whatever means, you can as well recover it but will have to install it as a non-market application since you cannot access the Google Play Store without it. So follow the simple steps below to install Google Play Store app on your Android phone.
How to Install Google Play Store app on Android Phones:
Go to Settings > Applications and check the “Unknown Sources” so you can be able to install non-market apps on your Android phone.
Next, launch any web browser on your Android phone be it the web browser or Opera Mini or Google Chrome for Android and click on Google Play Store 4.0.25.apk to download the Google Play Store app.
After downloading the Google Play Store app, install it on your Android device.
After the installation remember to uncheck the “Unknown Sources” on Settings > Applications.
Now you can access the Google Play Store once again on your Android phone. Have access to over 500,000+ apps and games on the Google Play Store.
I hope I have been able to solve a lot of problems for some of my friends who have been sending me messages on Facebook asking me how to recover or install Google Play Store app on their Android phones?
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