As Google strives to recommend Do not install apps from external sources to Google Play, it is sometimes not possible to use different stores in the Play Store to download programs not available in our country, or to enjoy the news that reviews, after a long time, are not available in the official store.
However, with several types of operating systems, Google has slightly confused the process install apps from unknown sources for security issues. So much so that, in fact, today this method is no longer available
So you can choose which apps to install other apps on Android
As I said, anonymous source option is no longer available on Android. Instead, from Android 8 Oreo, it is required to enable downloading applications from external sources per program installed on the device. To do this, just follow these steps:
Open the Settings app on your phone and go to the "Applications & Notifications" section
Tap "View all apps" and then look for one where you want to download and install APK app files – for example, a browser app –
Find the option "Install unknown programs" and use it
This way, you always use a system where you have followed the previous procedure download the APK file and try installing it,
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