Download and Install the Market / Play Store Manually


  • Version 3.10.10 (JellyBean JB Play Store, Added 1/16/2013): Download
  • Version 3.7.11 (JellyBean JB Play Store, Added 7/5/2012): Download
  • Version 3.5.16 (Play Store, Added 4/5/2012): Download
  • Version 3.1.3   (Play Store): Download

This is How You Install the Market / Play Store Manually

It’s very easy to install the Google Play Store manually using these simple steps.

Prepare your phone (enable side-loading if you have not already):

  1. If your phone is running Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) or higher follow these steps.  If not, go to step 2.
    1. From the home screen, tap the menu button
    2. Tap “System Settings” (This can vary slightly on some builds)
    3. Tap “Security”
    4. If not already enabled, select “Unknown sources” and agree to the warning.  (If you want, you can disable this after the installation)
  2. If your phone is running any build prior to 4.0, follow these steps
    1. From the home screen, tap the menu button
    2. Tap “System Settings” (This can vary slightly on some builds)
    3. TBD
    4. If not already enabled, select “Unknown sources” and agree to the warning.  (If you want, you can disable this after the installation)

Using Your Phone to Download (Easiest Method)

  1. Using your phones web browser, download the APK from the top of this page. NOTE: An APK is an Android Application Package file (Basically, it’s an Android Program Installer).
  2. Once the download completes, you should get a notification in your Notification Bar at the top of your phone.
  3. Pull the notification bar down and tap on the file you just downloaded.  This will start the installation.  NOTE: The downloaded file will look like: “” where x is a number representing the market version.
  4. Once the installation completes, go to your Applications Tray and tap on the “Play Store” icon.  You should be good to go!

Using a PC to Download:

  1. Using your PCs web browser, download the APK from the downloads page on this site. NOTE: An APK is an Android Application Package file (Basically, it’s an Android Program Installer)  Make sure to keep track of the folder the file is downloaded to.
  2. Open the folder you downloaded the file to.
  3. Connect your phone to your PC via USB.
  4. In the notifications area of your phone, tap on the USB notification.
  5. Chose to “Turn on USB storage” NOTE: This can vary on some phone, but should be pretty easy to figure out.
  6. If it doesn’t open automatically, go to “My Computer” and open folder representing your phones USB Storage.
  7. Copy the file to XXXX on your phones storage.
  8. TBD: May have to download a phone file browser….
  9. TBD

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