In Android Phone, Google Play Store application plays an important role, without this single application you not even install any app or game on your android running phone. But most of the android user who are playing with the system and do lots of customization in Android system faces some issues with Google play Store. Sometimes by mistake they uninstalled the app from the phone or need to roll back to a previous version to avoid bugs. So here in this tutorial we’ll show you how it install the Google Play Store (currently version 5.10.30) application on any Android Mobile or Tablet.
How to install Google Play Store
The best and simplest method to install the Google Play Store is to download the apk file on the phone and install it manually with the help of File explorer. But the installation process is a little bit tricky, to get started you have to make some changes on your phone settings.
To install the APK file on your phone, Enable ‘Unknown Sources’ by going to Settings > Security, then ticking the box next to Unknown sources. This will allow you to install any application outside from Google play store on your phone.
After doing this, you have to download the Google Play store APK file on your and run the file on your phone once. To download the Latest Google Play Store APK file (The latest version of Google Play is 5.10.30. ) visit XDA Developers forum or APK Mirror and download the latest version of the Play Store.
Now open the File Explorer on your phone and browser the APK file that you downloaded and tap on the APK file to start the installation process. Voila….. Now the latest version of Google play store is installed on your phone, and if you’re having problems, check out our guide to troubleshooting Google Play