In an update to Android 8, Google introduced an option for installing Android apps on your smartphone.
Now, you can install Google’s Google Apps (gapps) from the Settings menu on Android phones.
Here are the steps to get started.
Open Settings > About phone > About gapps 2.
Tap on Google Apps 3.
Tap the Install button 4.
Enter the Google App ID, password and PIN 5.
You can also search Google Apps by entering the app name or app name, version and version number, or app description.
If you tap on a different option, the application will install.
To uninstall the Google Apps app, go to Settings > Apps and uninstall.
Download the gapps package from Google’s site or install the package manually.
Follow the instructions to install the gapp package.
After the gApps package is installed, go back to Settings and tap on Install.
The installation will take about 10 minutes.
If everything is working properly, you should be able to find the gw-app.apk file in your Google app drawer.
Tap Install to complete the installation.
You will get an app icon on the home screen.
Go back to the home page of the app and tap the Google icon to open the Google Play Store.
Tap a store icon on Google’s store to open a Google Play page.
From there, you will see the Google apps package on your phone.
You are done!
You now have a gapps app installed.
Go to the settings app on your Android phone to see the changes that you made.