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How to install Gapps after installing a custom rom



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How to install Gapps after installing a custom rom


How to install Gapps after installing a custom rom, as we all know by now, Google applications are now useful on any smartphone, especially on Android.

The Play Store is a fundamental part of an Android device, because it allows you to download the famous Android applications. Then we can not fail to have the famous navigator Maps, Google, Gmail, Fit etc.

Every time we install a custom rom on our Android, the memory is permanently deleted, and after installing the rom, we need to reinstall the Gogle apps once, so let’s go and see the procedure together.

Attention: we are not responsible for any damage caused by the instructions provided on this page. It is assumed that you have root permissions and a recovery installed on your device.

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How to install Gapps after installing a custom rom

Phase 1: Enable USB Debugging on your Android, just go to settings >> developers option. How to enable USB debugging and development options in Android 4.2 and above

Phase 2: After that, download the Google Apps from above and move the downloaded files to the internal storage of your Android device.

Phase 3: Now, shut down your device and boot into custom recovery (hold the Volume down key + press the power button), this is usually the case.

Step 4: Once your smartphone has booted into recovery, perform a full wipe, Cache and Dalvik. Read here if you don’t know how

Step 5: After that, go to the main menu of the recovery, then choose install zip from SD Card , then select the Google Apps Zip file and install immediately.

Step 6: Once the installation process is done, do a full wipe, Cache and Dalvik one more time.

Phase 7: Go back to the main recovery menu and tap Reboot system, and the device will be restarted.

Once the Android device is successfully rebooted, then you will find Google applications (gapps) on your custom ROM on your Android device.