How to download Google Play Store?

Step 1: Check your current version

The first thing you’ll want to do is see which version you have so you know if the version your getting is really the next version. This can be done as follows:

  • Open your Google Play Store app.
  • Open the settings.
  • At the bottom you’ll see build number. That is the version.

Step 2: Obtain a Google Play Store APK

It’s a pretty self-explanatory step. The Google Play Store comes in APK format like any other Android app. Here are some tips for this step:

  • Only download APKs from trusted sources (the big Android blogs, tech blogs, trusted people on social media, etc). If you download from untrustworthy sources then they may have tampered with the APK which is bad news. You’ll want an APK that is signed by Google and most trusted websites will only upload a copy that hasn’t been tampered with.
  • You can download it on your device or your computer. Make sure you transfer the APK to your device to somewhere you’ll remember if you downloaded it on your computer.

Step 3: Enable Unknown Sources in the settings

The Unknown Sources setting has been a part of Android for ages. When disabled, it prevents users (and other apps) from installing applications from anywhere aside from the Google Play Store. It’s a security measure that is in place by default and you’ll have to enable the setting in order to install an APK.

  • Enter your device settings.
  • Go to “Security”.
  • Find the Unknown Sources option and check the box. A warning will pop up which you should totally read. Once done, hit “OK” and this will enable you to install APKs from Unknown Sources.

If Unknown Sources isn’t in the Security settings, try finding it in the Privacy settings or Application (Apps) settings.

Step 4: Use a file manager and install the Google Play Store

Now you are set to install this thing. Use your favorite file browser. For those who may not have one, I recommend ES File Explorer.

  • Open your file browser and navigate to wherever you put the Google Play Store APK. If you downloaded it on your device then it will be on your SD card in the Downloads folder.
  • Once you find the APK, click on it. There may be a box that pops up depending on the apps you have installed on your device asking which app you want to use. If this is the case, click “Package Installer”.
  • On the next screen, read over any permission changes (there usually aren’t any) and then click install. When it’s finished, the latest Google Play Store will be installed on your device.

Step 5: Disable Unknown Sources

Leaving the Unknown Sources box checked is a major security hole that can cause problems down the road. The best way to keep yourself safe is to go back and turn that off!

  • Go back into your device settings.
  • Go back into the Security settings, Privacy settings, or Application settings (wherever you found it last time).
  • Uncheck the box. This will prevent everything (except the Play Store) from installing apps. You can always re-check the box later if you need to do this again.

2nd Method to download Google Play Store?

There are many different ways to download Play Store on your device. It really depends on what kind of terminal you have (tablet, smartphone, pc, etc).To make it short, what you need is the APK of Google Play Store, which is the Android's default installer. It will let you install the app market on your device.

Once you have the file, go to Settings -> Security and activate the option "Unknown sources". Now, just click on the APK you downloaded before and the install should start.

It's an easy process and in a couple of minutes you will be able to surf the Play Store. Hope this helps.

3rd Method to download Google Play Store?

The only possible way I think you could have deleted the PlayStore is by having root access. I'm assuming you know how to flash ROMS then, you could just flash a GAPPS (Google Applications) package for the ROM you're using. If it's Stock ROM(the ROM your phone came with, there should be a copy somewhere on the internet).

If it's broken and you don't have root access and Miguel's answer (Factory reset) doesn't work, you could always download an RUU(Rom Utility Upgrade) software online and restore your phone to what it was like when you first bought it.

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