How to install Google Play Store

How to install Google Play Store

Redaction - January, 5th 2021
The Google Play Store is a must-have service for Android. However, some phone manufacturers want to do without it, so they hit substitutes on their phones, which usually do not reach the quality of the solution from Google. But you can also upload Google Play to such phones, you just have to try a little harder.


You can also use the following steps if you want to upgrade to the latest version of Google Play before it's released to your device, carrier, or state. The process is relatively simple and you can do it in five minutes:

  1. Download the Google Play APK from a trusted source and upload it to your mobile (or download directly to your mobile)
  2. Allow installation from Unknown sources on your phone
  3. Install the APK

Now let's go back to the beginning and we will describe a little more. The most important thing is hidden in the "trusted source". If you download Google Play from a questionable one, it may be a hacked version that will do more harm than good to your phone. One of the quality sources is, for example,, which we recommend to you.



You can download the APK file directly to your mobile phone or PC and from your PC cable to your phone. Then you need to allow installation from Unknown Sources, which you will do in the settings of your Android mobile phone. In Settings, you need to find the Security item and check Unknown sources here.
Then just find it on your mobile phone (via the File Manager or similar file manager) where you downloaded the APK, click on it and install it. And it's done! After the installation itself, consider disabling Unknown Sources, which are not always completely secure - after all, you now have Google Play and you can download the vast majority of applications and games safely through it.