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Make sure "unknown sources" is enabled, plug the device into the computer, drop the .apk into the sd card and use the web browser to go to file:///sdcard, tap the apk in question, say yes to the "this file may blow up your phone" scare notice, then tap the "file downloaded" notification and it's installed.
Plug the device into the computer, drop the .apk into the sd card and use the web browser to go to file:///sdcard and open the .apk file to install it.
It depends on the device you are using. Some devices have a locked bootloader, meaning you cannot boot into a mode which allows you to overwrite the part of the persistent memory which holds the operating system image. The steps you usually take are the following: Flash an advanced Recovery Image Use that recovery so you can upload an alternative Android ...
On your notebook, look for a FREE app (in your case, a media player) in Google Play. Copy the link of the app in Google Play. Paste the link on APK Downloader, and download the APK file to your notebook. On your phone, make sure you allow external APKs to be installed. On my Samsung Galaxy S4, this is on System settings > More > Security > Unknown ...
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