A little guide on how to get incompatible apps in Google Play to work for your device

Google PlayEvery now and again there is an app in the Google Play Store that’s either incompatible for your device or not available in your country. Well, thankfully as with Android, there is always a solution for everything but it might not just be as straight forward as you would think. Here’s a little guide on how to get incompatible apps in Google Play to work for your device.

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  • First, you must make sure that your device is rooted other the app that we’re going to use won’t work. If you haven’t done so already, check out some of our guides on rooting or check out our forums.
  • In addition, you must enable “Unknown Sources”. To get these enabled, head to Settings > Security > “Unknown Sources” checkbox.
  • Next, you need to get the APK for the App “Market Helper”, which doesn’t exist in the Google Play Store. You can check it out at the XDA-Developers Forum or check out Android Police.
  • Move the app over to your phone and install it to your device. You can also download it via a mobile browser and install it directly.

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