Posted by Jayce Ooi as How to
How to install Android applications and games in .apk format on Samsung Galaxy S III? This is the question that a new Android user will ask. You can get most of the Android applications and games in Google Play Store (previously Android Market). However, certain useful Android applications cannot be found in Google Play Store due to policy issue. And they are in .apk format. You will get Install blocked ~ For security, your phone is set to block installation of applications not obtained from Android Market when tried to install it. No worry, there is a way to install Android applications and games in apk format on Samsung Galaxy S3.
Install .apk apps & games on Samsung Galaxy S3
How to upgrade Android Market app to latest Google Play Store? Well, you can wait for Google to upgrade it automatically for you. Or download the latest Google Play Store apk and install it yourself. Google combines all music, books, movies, apps, and games in one place at Google Play. But features like music, books or movies are only available to certain country like US, UK, Canada, Japan and Australia. Other regions still need to wait…
Google Play Store
Posted by Jayce Ooi as Software
Can’t find certain Gameloft games like Asphalt 6: Adrenaline HD, Let’s Golf! 3 HD, Modern Combat 3: Fallen Nation in Android Market on Amazon Kindle Fire? No matter how hard you search in Android Market, they just don’t want to show up. Here is a trick to make them show up. Thanks to enkode in XDA. Basically, you need to modify build.prop file. Fake your Kindle Fire to be Samsung Galaxy Tab GT-P1000 which has similar hardware like same PowerVR SGX540 GPU and screen resolution. I tested on CM7 ROM Kindle Fire. And it really works. Not sure it can work on Android Market on stock Amazon software. Try it out and let me know then. Note – root access is required.
More Gameloft Games in Android Market on Kindle Fire
Amazon Kindle Fire does not have Android Market but have Amazon Appstore instead. So you can either sideload Android Market applications and games to unrooted Kindle Fire manually. Or install Android Market on Kindle Fire permanently then install apps and games from there. Having Android Market on Kindle Fire is easier, right? Yes, but you need to have root access on Kindle Fire first in order to install Android Market. Anyway, rooting Kindle Fire is not hard, just follow below step by step guide will do.
Android Market on Kindle Fire