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Install Cracked Apps on Android Without Rooting – Learn how to do it

When it comes to a Smartphone, the first thing that strikes the mind is the word app. Especially with Android, we have app for everything. Even though the Play Store has millions of apps, we look for some specific apps that are not available on the store. In simple words, we look for cracked app which can now be installed on Android without needing to root your device.

Personally, I would advise to stick to Play Store. As sometimes, the source of an app outside Play Store can be dangerous as it might contain virus or a spyware which can put your personal details at risk. But if you are sure about the source of downloading the app, here I’ll guide you how to install it without needing to root your device.

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How to Install Cracked Apps on Android without Root:

Step #1: Open the Settings app on your Android device and go to Security option.

install-cracked-apps-on-android-without-rooting-step1Step #2: Depending on the manufacturer, the Security screen might differ a little. But all you need to do is to enable installation from “Unknown sources”.

install-cracked-apps-on-android-without-rooting-step2After you have enabled installation from unknown sources, you can download APK of your favorite cracked app on your device and install it without needing to do any tedious process. There are lots of websites offering free cracked apps, just Google it.

I would once again warn you that these sources cannot rely fully, so proceed at your own risk. Using pirated apps is also a legal offense, so if you are looking for something that is not available on Play Store, only then you should download apps outside it and install.

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