Google Play Store is one the official store for any device that runs on Android OS. In other words, this is a very important tool that allows you to install games, applications and other useful things on your Android device, without having to worry about malwares.
In other words, the applications, games and tools that are added to the Google Play Store are verified by the developers. We have to mention that there were cases when some of the apps that were installed via the official Android store were infected with a malware, but that’s something very rare.
Today we will talk about a new Google Play Store version that has just been released. The new Google Play Store version is 7.7.17.O-all and it comes with some usual bug fixes, but, unfortunately, it doesn’t brings something new.
However, even if it doesn’t bring any new features or options, we suggest you to install it on your Android device, as the bug fixes can’t be ignored and they are always welcome.
Google Play Store 7.7.17.O-all: How To Install On Your Android Device
In order to install the latest Google Play Store on your Android device, you will firstly have to enable the “Unknown Sources” feature from your device’s Settings->Security. This feature is allowing you to install APK files that you’ve downloaded from a third party source.
After enabling “Unknown Sources,” you will have to find a trustful website that hosts the Google Play Store 7.7.17.O-all APK (installation) file and download it to your Android device. When the download is complete, use a file manager app to get to the location where you’ve saved the APK file and tap on it to start the installation process of the latest Google Play Store version on your Android device.
Once the installation is complete, you will need to sign-in with your Gmail account and you’re done!