How To Enable Unknown Sources In Any Android Phone Or Tablet

Enable "unknown source" (for Andriod users only)

- Settings ->Applications -> Device Administration-> Choose "unknown source"


Android 2.1 (Motorola DROID / Milestone)


          Open the app drawer

          Open the Settings app

          Tap on "Applications"

          Enable the checkbox for "Unknown sources"

          Confirm the warning with "OK"

 Android 2.2 (HTC Desire)


          Open the app drawer

          Open the Settings app

          Tap on "Applications"

          Enable the checkbox for "Unknown sources"

          Confirm the warning with "OK"

Android 2.3 (Samsung Galaxy Tab)


          Open the app drawer (tap on "Applications" in the dock)

          Open the Settings app

          Tap on "Applications"

          Enable the checkbox for "Unknown sources"

          Confirm the warning with "Yes"

Android 3.2 (Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1)


          Tap on the clock in the lower right corner

          Tap on "Settings"

          Tap on "Applications"

          Enable the checkbox for "Unknown sources"

          Confirm the warning with "OK"

Android 4.0 (Samsung Galaxy Nexus)


          Open the app drawer

          Open the Settings app

          Tap on "Security"

          Enable the checkbox for "Unknown sources"

          Confirm the warning with "OK"

 


Android 5.0 and later


          Open the app drawer

          Open the Settings app

          Tap on "Security"

          Enable the checkbox for "Unknown sources"

          Confirm the warning with "OK"

Kindle Fire


          Tap the gear icon in the top status bar

          Tap on "More…"

          Tap on "Device"

          Set "Allow Installation of Applications" to "ON"


          Confirm the warning with "OK"

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