How to Reinstall the Google Play Store App on an Android Device, if I Uninstalled It Previously? [solved]
What version of Android are you using? I can just disable the app updates in my 5.1.1 android. Probably you could get the play services APK and install again. But it is not recommended to uninstall it.
If you uninstall it, it will automatically be re-installed on your device as it is an extension of the Google Play system applications and Google automatically updates Google Play services via the Google Play Store to verify API consistency across all devices and versions.
Some apps require Google Play services to be installed and updated in order to function correctly. Especially Google Maps.
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Another way to reinstall the Google Play Store app on an Android device, if I uninstalled it previously?
Enable from App Settings
There are chances you may still be having Google Play on your device. It may have just been ‘disabled’. To fix this:
- Head over to Settings on your Android device. Then head over to ‘Applications’ or ‘Application Manager’ or whatever your phone calls it.
- Apps are usually divided into ‘Downloaded’, ‘On card’, ‘Running’ and ‘All’. Click on ‘All’.
- Scroll around and you may find ‘Google Play Store’ in the list. Tap to open.
- If you see a ‘Disabled’ configuration on this app – tap to Enable.
That’s it. You should have your beloved Play Store back again.
Download and Install the APK
If Google Play is entirely missing from your device, you may have to download and reinstall its APK file. To do this:
- Download the Google Play Store APK from one of these 4 mirrors:
- AndroidFileHost mirror
- ZippyShare mirror
- MediaFire mirror
- MEGA mirror
- Once downloaded, move the APK file to your device.
- Install the APK. Restart if you must. And you should be good to go!
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