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How to Install Android Applications Without Downloading on the Play Store

Maybe for some users smartphoneespecially Android doesn’t like to have to downloaddownload applications on the Google Play Store. Especially if size or size files heavy applications, will definitely eat up internet quota.

The above problem has also been experienced by the author when he was frugal in using internet quota but was eager todownload application games that have size apk (Application Package File) are heavy.

Until the idea arose to ask for the raw apk from a friend who would later download it share with bluetooth. But sPreviously the apk had to be downloaded backup with the Appsaver application for later sharing via bluetooth.

How to Install Android Applications Without Downloading on the Play Store

Before sharing the raw apk (Application Package File) to friends, you are required to have Appsaver and File Manager applications. The following are the steps in using Appsaver to be able to share raw apk (Application Package File) on Android to your friends via bluetooth.

1. Open the Appsaver application, then enter the menu Backup. Select the apk of the application you want to share with friends by pressing the button Backups.

2. After selecting the apk that you want to share earlier, then open it File Manager – SD Card – Appbackup.

3. Select the default application that you want to share with friends then press 3 dots or more then select Share via bluetooth.

4. Finally make sure your bluetooth is turned on to send the apk (Application Package File) to a friend.

That was the way to install applications without having to downloaddownload-first on the Google Play Store. Good luck trying this trick so you can save internet quota. ️