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How to install Android applications from the Computer

Posted In HOW TO DO! - By DailyAndroidNews on Monday, October 14th, 2013 With No Comments »

Smartphones that use the system Android can download a variety of applications from various sources. Although the Android Market is a default application on your phone, you may not have access to the Internet on your device when you install an application. Instead, you can save the application on your computer to install it on your device. If you have access to the Internet in the phone market but the application does not work, you can use the automatic installer to your phone from being on the computer market.

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Android Market

    1. Visit the Android Market on your web browser. Click “Register” on the top right corner to enter the Google account associated with your phone.
    2. Locate one or more applications you want to install , and click on the ” Install “under the application icon on a page with list or description of the application.
    3. Select your phone from the drop-down list, and click on the button ” Install “. The market install to the application on your phone. When accessing the same, you will see an alert that a new application is installed.

In third

  1. Download the file “apk” on your computer from any application developer.
  2. Connect your Android phone to your computer using the USB cable (select storage mode when asked how the connection).
  3. Open your phone as a folder (from “My Computer” on Windows). From this folder, open the folder of the memory card.
  4. Copy and paste, or drag and drop the file “apk” to its current location on your computer to the folder in the phone’s memory card. Disconnect the device.
  5. Open the file from its location on your memory card with file management program like Astro or Es When you open the file, install to automatically.

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