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Installing non-Market Apps on Android Phone

Written By Blog PageRank 2 on Sunday, December 8, 2013 | 4:50 PM

If you own an Android Dev phone, at some point you'd possibly want to generate and attempt your own apps (or apps from your friends).

Android Application Setting
To ensure that you do not break your phone by installing malicious apps, Android has a couple of security attributes built in. So you need to particularly instruct android to be able to install unsigned / non-industry apps.

Menu > Settings > Applications > Unknown Sources
Verify "Unknown Sources" to let set up of non-Industry applications. Whilst building, you most probably also want to allow "Keep awake" in Menu > Settings > Applications > Development so that your screen does not go to sleep every single frequently.

Now you can install any app (including malicious ones) the usual way either by browsing to the app utilizing the browser or utilizing adb set up command.
Title: Installing non-Market Apps on Android Phone
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