There are mobile users that are still suffering from the old Google Play Store version. As a result, they couldn’t download any type of app from this online Web store. Take note that the Play Store has been a trove of treasure for content and apps. If you happened to uninstall it accidentally or wanted to roll back to an earlier version of the app to simply avoid certain bugs, then you should manually download and install it.
The Google Play Store is currently at 6.9.15 which hints at some new features. One of these hints include the ability for testing apps without even downloading them to your own device. You can get the latest APK format of the app from several online sources that you have already trusted.
Enable Unknown Sources
These sites offer free download of the Play Store that should require you to tweak some settings on your mobile device. So, before you can install the app that you have downloaded, you should enable Unknown Sources option by going to Settings then tap Security. Simply tick on the box beside Unknown Sources option.
Restore Modifications to Enable Unknown Sources
By doing this, you will allow apps to be installed that has not been downloaded from the Play Store. However, you should be able to uncheck this option after successfully installing the Play Store on your device. Normally, you will be informed that this type of file can harm your device, but you should just tap OK to continue with the procedure.
Upon downloading the app, you can now install the APK format of the Google Play Store. Simply read the permissions if there are any, then you should tap Install to go on with the installation process. This can also be done on the computer if your device doesn’t have access to the Web. Just make sure you have Internet connection before you begin this procedure.