id you just by mistake uninstall Google Play Store from your device? Well, no need to panic because we got your back. I have listed the steps to restore Google Play Store below. Have a look.
Steps to Follow
Instead of freaking out, follow these simple steps and download play store back in action.
Step 1: Get The Latest Version Of Play Store: The first thing that you need to do is get the latest version of Google Play Store so, that you don’t download an older version of it. But make sure that the latest version is compatible with your Android device.
Step 2: Download Google Play Store APK: Like any other app even Google Play Store comes in APK format. All you have to do is download the Play Store APK from a trusted source. This is because if, you download the APK from untrustworthy sources then, you might have to face a problem with the file.
Step 3: Enable ‘Unknown Sources’ In Settings: The function of this feature is to prevent users from downloading and installing apps from other sources aside Play Store. This is done to ensure the security of the device. So, before you download Google Play Store, you need to enable the unknown sources from settings. Go to ‘security’ which you will find in the settings and then find the ‘unknown sources’ and check the box. A warning message will show which you should read and when done hit ‘OK.’ This will enable you to download APKs from unknown sources.
Once you are done with the above mentioned steps, you are all set to download Google Play Store. The APK file will be downloaded either on your phone’s memory or on your SD card. Open the APK file and follow the instructions to install the Play Store app on your device. Once you are done, don’t forget to disable the ‘unknown sources.’