How to Install Android Apps Remotely

how to install android apps remotely.


When browsing, you will often find applications that you really want to install on your Android. At that point, you may have to pick up your Android device, open the Play Store, and search for the app. The process is easy, but not very convenient.

Installing apps remotely is a useful feature when you see an app but leave your phone somewhere else.

What if we told you guys how to install Android apps remotely. It doesn't matter if you are using an iPad, Windows computer, Linux PC, etc. You can remotely install apps to your Android phone using any device that has internet access.

However, this will only work if you have your Google account registered on your phone, and you are using the same Google account to browse the Play Store on your computer. This is actually easier than it sounds.


How to Install Google Play Apps Remotely

The process of installing Android apps remotely depends on the Play Store app page. Let's see how to install Android apps remotely.

Note: To use this method, make sure your phone and desktop chrome browser are signed in with the same Google Account.

Step 1. First of all, open Google Chrome on your desktop.

Step 2. Once done, open the Play Store and search for the app that you want to install on your Android.


Step 3. Open the App's Play Store Page. Click the green 'Install' button, as shown in the image below.


Step 4. Now you will be asked to select an Android device. Simply, select a device from the list.


Step 5. Once done, tap on the ‘Continue‘ or ‘Continue‘ button. You will now see a confirmation message.


Step 6. You will now get a popup message. Click on the OK button. There he is! The app will now be installed on your phone if your device is connected to the internet. If the device is not connected to the internet, the app will be installed as soon as there is an internet connection.


Just that! You're done. This is how to install Android apps remotely.


How to Install APK Files Remotely

While there are many apps available on the Google Play Store, you will find APK files available on various third-party websites. This app is available on websites other than Google Play Store mostly due to Google's terms and policies. Some apps are removed from the Play Store if they violate the terms and other apps are not allowed to be downloaded. Fortunately, there are many websites that you can use to download APK files.

While installing Google Play Store apps remotely is very easy, it's not the same as installing APK files. Luckily, there are third-party cloud-based mobile management tools that let you install APK files on your Android phone wirelessly. SureMDM is a mobile management tool that not only lets you install APK files but also lets you track, locate and monitor your Android device. Apart from that, it also lets you lock your device and send messages from it.

Step1. To start installing APK files on your Android device, you have to set it up with SureMDM first. Download the SureMDM APK file on your Android device. The file is available from the official SureMDM website.

Step 2. Open Security in your Settings app and make sure that the Unknown sources option is enabled.




Step 3. Open the APK file via any file manager and install SureMDM agent on your phone.

Step 4. Launch the app and create an account by tapping Sign-up now. Follow the rest of the on-screen instructions to sign in with your new SureMDM account.


Step 5. Set up your device name and tap on Set Device Name.


Step 6. Tap Activate in the Activate device administrator message. You have successfully configured your device with SureMDM.


Step7. Open the SureMDM webpage on your PC and log in with your account. Click Unapproved in the left column, select your Android device from the list of devices and click Approve Device to start managing your phone.

Step 8. Click on the Jobs button in the left column.

Step 9. Click on the New button on the top row.

Step 10. Select Android in the Choose the Platform popup and click the Ok button.

Step 11. Select Install program from the Create Job popup and click Ok.

Step 12. Enter any name in the Job Name text box and click the Add button.

Step 13. Select the directory where the APK file is stored on your PC and set the Device Path. Make sure the Install After Copy option is checked or the APK file will only be copied on your phone and not installed. Click on the Ok button.

Step 14. Select your Android device from the left column and click the Apply button. That's it! The APK file will now be copied and installed on your device.


Summary

Installing apps is the best way to get the most out of your Android device. While installing apps directly on your Android device is a very easy process, it may be useful to remotely install Google Play and third-party apps on Android. If you don't want to use your phone. Whenever you want to install an app from Google Play Store, Method 1 is the best option to install apps remotely via Google Play Store website.

If you have a lot of APK files on your PC and want to install these apps remotely, then Method 2 might be the ideal choice. If you are tired of connecting your phone to your computer to install APK files, then you should consider using SureMDM. Method whatever you choose, make sure you follow all the instructions properly.

Hopefully, this article about How to Install Android Apps Remotely, gives you a little insight. Also, read an article about How to Install Debian Using VMware that you may need to know. Thank you.

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