Please Follow the steps
Google Play Store (Formerly Android Market) is the main source for the installation of Android Apps. People are not so tech to bypass this standard procedure and install Android apps developed by 3rd parties on their Android Phones manually. People do have security concerns as well about the application security or phone data security while considering the installation of apps downloaded from 3rd party apps stores or directly from Android App Developer’s website. Many beta or private apps require you to download and install the apps manually on Devices for testing.
How to Enable Third Party Apps Installation on Android Phones
Follow the simple steps given below to allow Unknown sources installation on your Android smartphones.
- First of all, Open the settings of your Android Phone.
- Now Scroll down and Click on Lock Screen & Security.
- In Lock & Security scroll down to Unknown sources.
- Switch the trigger “ON“.
- That’s it!
Note: I am assuming that you are using a Samsung Android phone with Nougat (Android 7.0) version.
If you have any other phone then you can follow the same steps and look for if the settings are same. If these settings do not work on your phone then feel free to tell us.