Today there’s a common question among people using older devices and that is how do i install Google Play? It is true Google Play wont work for older devices but there is a way around this problem with thanks to virtualization emulators. Yes, you heard correct, an Android emulator!

These are commonly known as APK’s and for this particular function there are three APK’s you can choose from to get the job done. Phonesky.apk  – GoogleFrameworkServices.apk – GoogleLoginService.apk.


Now let me show you what to do with these:

All you have to do is search for /system/app folder  on your Android devices and give out the following command ‘adb pull’. This command will make it happen faster. Once you have finished doing that copy and paste this following command to install onto the emulator:

#!/bin/sh echo "remounting..." 
adb remount echo "pushing login apk..." 
adb push GoogleLoginService.apk /system/app/. echo
 "pushing framework apk..." adb push GoogleServicesFramework.apk /system/app/. 
echo "pushing vending apk..." adb push Phonesky.apk /system/app/. echo "done"

 And that’s the end. Remember this is for older devices that you want to install Android apps on but Google Play wont work for it.

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