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I dont have the play store on my phone :(

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  • #4442

    BiancaB
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    Hi guys,

    I am not very into these smartphone and technical stuff and thats why i am pretty lost with my problem. i just ordered my new smartphone JIAYU G3S MTK6589 Quad Core. Unfortunately i dont have the store button on my phone so i can not download any apps Sad
    any ideas how to fix it?
    thank you so much!!

    #14244

    Try to install a suitable ROM with play store.

    #14245

    BiancaB
    Participant
    umit wrote:
    Try to install a suitable ROM with play store.

    sorry i am really stupid when it comes to technical stuff… what is a suitable ROM – where do i find it?! thank you so much!!

    #14247

    May be it is better for you to get help from someone who is familiar with flashing ROMs on Android devices.

    There is a ROM flashing tutorial on this forum using SP flash tool.

    You can get ROMs for your device from:
    1. http://bbs.ejiayu.com (Chinese official forum for Jiayu)
    2. http://www.needrom.com
    3. LeWa ROM for your device may be available at Phones section of this forum.

    Good luck!

    #14399

    davidexct
    Participant

    You are just left out with two options if you do not have Google Play Store Application on your Android mobile phone.

    The first option is to change your ROM with a modded ROM, I personally do not recommend this offer as it can brick your smart phone and cause many other problems on your phone. The second option is to install a different application store such as “1 mobile market” on your phone. 1 mobile market is a very good application installer for android phones and contains about every application that is available at the Google Play Store.

    #14498

    Dusan Todorovic
    Participant

    Hi all.
    Sorry to hear about your problem BiancaB and if we were neighbours i’d gladly get it fixed for ya. ;) But yes, besides changing the entire rom, you could try rooting it and then applying so called “gapps” containing (among other stuff) the Play store. But that also envolves at least some basic knowledge of the android platform, though the rest (believe it or not) can be done with Google and Youtube.
    There should be at least one gentleman near you that wouldn’t mind helping you with that ;)
    Good luck!

    #14499

    fermlour
    Participant

    care to change the rom, I think it could void the warranty of your mobile phone, it is best to speak with the store where you purchased the product and you ask them to install

    #14500

    Dusan Todorovic
    Participant

    Of course, by all means, if the device still is under warranty and since it doesn’t involve anything illegal, rather a kind of update, you can certainly try taking it back to the place it was bought and they’ll probably gladly do it for a couple of bucs if not totaly pro-bono. My previous comment comes usefull when warranty passes. Confidentially, i’ve flashed hundreds of different stock but mainly custom roms on and rooted/unrooted hundreds of devices and never have i broken one. The difference is, i know how to deal with certain issues using usbjiggs, jtags etc. Of course, there is a certain statistical probability regarding real brick (device becomes absurdely expensive to repair or broken beyond).. ..but so it is for flushing it accidentally down the toilet or running it over with a car.

    #14824

    boki108
    Participant

    Hi Dušan,

    I rooted my Lenovo A760 smart phone, then I got google play 4.1.6, installed it but when I try to open it says “unfortunately google services has stopped”. I did not flash rom, whatever that means. I am trying to connect my phone to my google account, calendar, google drive, google voice and all other stuff. I guess I first need google play for that, right? I have general computer user knowledge.
    Any guides out there to do this?

    Thanks!

    Pozdrav,
    Boris

    Dušan Todorović wrote:
    Of course, by all means, if the device still is under warranty and since it doesn’t involve anything illegal, rather a kind of update, you can certainly try taking it back to the place it was bought and they’ll probably gladly do it for a couple of bucs if not totaly pro-bono. My previous comment comes usefull when warranty passes. Confidentially, i’ve flashed hundreds of different stock but mainly custom roms on and rooted/unrooted hundreds of devices and never have i broken one. The difference is, i know how to deal with certain issues using usbjiggs, jtags etc. Of course, there is a certain statistical probability regarding real brick (device becomes absurdely expensive to repair or broken beyond).. ..but so it is for flushing it accidentally down the toilet or running it over with a car.
    #15093

    kformaran
    Member

    you can download play store apk,. just search it on google

    #15431

    atifn79
    Participant

    Hello sir,
    according to me there may be mainly two problems happens.

    ****One is that there is some temporary bug is present in your device that prohibit the opening of the Google play store on your device.

    ****And the othere is that there may be the some connectivity problem in your device.

    So my suggestion to you is that you first have to solve out the first query.You can solve out this problem by just clearing the all cache memory.
    I am going a few steps to clear the cache memory .

    follow me for the clearing cache memory.:::::>>>>

    Go to the menu form the home screen.
    tap on the Settings.
    tap on the apps settings.
    Here you simply have to tap on the manage apps.
    after that you simply have to tap on the google play store.
    Here you will get the option to clear te cache memory.

    Also scan your device so that the query related to the virus can also be removed.

    Now you have to solve out the second type query.

    Follow me for solving the second kind of query::::>>>

    Check the connection that you have connected successfully or not.
    Fill the proper proxy and port address of the server under which you are surfing.

    if still problem resists get it checked by local damaged phone repair center, there professionals can do the work for you for few bucks
    Hope you will get the solution to your problem after reading the above info.
    thanks ….

    #15446

    atifn79
    Participant

    If you’re missing the Google Play Store app on your device, or if you’re experiencing difficulty launching the Google Play Store app, please try the following:

    Confirm that you’re using an Android device and that it appears on list of supported Android devices.
    Ensure that you have strong connectivity , and contact your provider if you’re not connected.
    Reboot your device (power completely off and back on), and try accessing the Google Play Store app again.
    If your Android phone or tablet is not supported for use with Google Play, or if after rebooting you still don’t see the Google Play Store app, contact the manufacturer of your device or damaged phone repair center – at this time, we do not offer a copy of the Google Play Store app for download.

    #15775

    zuklior
    Member
    umit wrote:
    May be it is better for you to get help from someone who is familiar with flashing ROMs on Android devices.

    There is a ROM flashing tutorial on this forum using SP flash tool.

    You can get ROMs for your device from:
    1. http://bbs.ejiayu.com (Chinese official forum for Jiayu)
    2. http://www.needrom.com
    3. LeWa ROM for your device may be available at Phones section of this forum.

    Good luck!

    Thanks!!! :D

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