Android: Save your apk files from Google Play Store








  • Method 1: Use SaveAPK + OI File Manager
    1. Install OI File Explorer from Google Play Store
    2. Install SaveAPK from Google Play Store
    3. Run SaveAPK and select the application(apk) you want to save, then select the directory to store the apk (on SD card)
  • Method 2: Use Astro File Manager
    1. Install Astro File Manager from Google Play Store
    2. Start Astro File Manager then select Application Backup, backup the applications and the apk files will be store in backups/ directory on SD card.



10 comments:

  1. Thanks for the help, was trying to sideload an app onto my Kindle Fire that I couldn't manually download as an APK and the Astro method worked great!

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  4. both method not working in my tablet

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