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I carry a Cruz Tablet (T301) with Android 2.2.1. A long time ago, when my tablet used to work remotely fine, I remember having a place to where I could obtain apps, just as long as I had internet. After my factory reset, I haven't been able to find any apps on my tablet where I can download a market for apps. Adding onto the fact I keep getting kicked off the internet, there is very little I know that I can do. Does anyone have any suggestions for application markets, if and when my internet is restored to normal?

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  • To close-voters: OP is not asking for an app, so it doesn't fall into that category. If you really want to "vote it closed", please consider "duplicate of What are the alternative Android app markets?" instead :)
    – Izzy
    Jul 6 '15 at 9:20
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When you flash with a new ROM as I posted here, you should have access to the Google play store for apps.

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  • I cannot get Google Play because it is not under the list of supported devices. Jul 2 '15 at 23:26
  • This does not matter. Support for the Play Store is built into the new ROM. Your device will actually be better than original - one of the benefits of using a custom ROM>
    – cb4
    Jul 9 '15 at 13:17
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You might wish to take a look at my list of App Markets: There's e.g. the free and open F-Droid with its own market app, and there's Aptoide, also with its own market app. And of course there's Amazon, and there are plenty more.

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