Download Google Play Store v3.4.6 – Tutorial to Update Android Market Place

Google PLAY Black LogoAndroid Market Place is now called as Google PLAY and its Official now. So it means that very soon, the logo and overall feel of Android Market Place will be changed to that of an all new refreshing “Google PLAY”. So while others wait for the update for Android Market Place to come, you can directly manually apply the Google PLAY Update. Please make a note that to apply this update manually it is not necessary that your device has to be rooted or on any of the custom ROM firmwares. Even on stock / factory firmware versions, this update can be applied.

So without wasting much time, lets head to the detailed tutorial with which you can easily apply this Google PLAY update.

Tutorial to Manually Update Android Market Place to Google PLAY:

  • First up download Google PLAY apk file from here to your computer.
  • Once you finish downloading it in the computer, you now need to connect the device to the computer using the USB cable and then need to copy this downloaded apk file to your device and disconnect the USB device from the computer. With the help of below interactive step by step screen captures, you will be in a position to update the Market Place to the latest Google PLAY.

Google Play 1 SC20120307-065136 SC20120307-065142 SC20120307-065358 SC20120307-065406 SC20120307-065421 SC20120307-065451 SC20120307-065519 SC20120307-065524 SC20120307-065544

  • After this go to the path where you have placed this file with the help of file explorer and tap on the same to install the same and then tap on “Open” to open the new Android Market. As soon as the installation is done, you will be prompted to tap on the “Accept” button. Please note that just in case if it prompts you to select the option of “Unknown Sources” then you need to select the same.

So, that’s it you have now successfully updated your Phone’s Android Market Place with the latest Google PLAY. Do share us your thoughts on the latest Google PLAY as we will try our level best to address the same.

  • taimoor

    Having problm using this new version always says no connection

  • mat_jijan

    are this google play can use on xperia x8????

    • Pradeep Neela

      yes you can use in XPERIA X8

  • polly

    How to install?

  • polly

    Polly

  • areza

    hi,
    iam live in iran ,how I can use google play,for my device,i have sony ericsson live walkman wt19i with android 4.0.4

  • pandostarr

    Replace application notification didn’t appear. And when I open Google Play, it gives me notification that the application stop unexpectedly. Any help for this? Thanks alot.

    • Pradeep Neela

      just force close the app from the manage apps and re start the app

  • osxar

    i did it for a sony xperoa mini, but it does not work. :(

  • pika

    i have experia x8 and i can’t find it, after going off my computer. Where is it stored?

  • pika

    i have experia x8 and i can’t find it, after going off my computer. Where is it stored?

  • Isabel

    I had to do a reset on my Archos 43 and downloaded this. It worked fine, but I tried to open up the market just now and it force closed 5 times each time I tried it-even after I restarted. Is there a fix for this?

    • http://www.androidadvices.com/author/neal Pradeep Neela

      try installing 3.5.19 version

  • Shawn Clarady

    I have a Nexus S 4G and I coped it it the phone then restarted and it instaled fine.

  • Adhav samuel

    i have a micromax a60,while installing a parse error flashes with ‘problem parsing the package’……..

  • Paraschiva_teodor

    how about lg optimus gt540, should try?

  • Paraschiva_teodor

    how about lg optimus gt540, should try?

    • http://www.androidadvices.com/author/neal Pradeep Neela

      yes you can install this play store

  • Abc

    application does not work

  • Abc

    application does not work

    • http://www.androidadvices.com/author/neal Pradeep Neela

      YES, IT DOESN’T SUPPORT SOME DEVICES!

    • http://www.androidadvices.com/author/neal Pradeep Neela

      YES, IT DOESN’T SUPPORT SOME DEVICES!

    • http://www.androidadvices.com/author/neal Pradeep Neela

      YES, IT DOESN’T SUPPORT SOME DEVICES!

  • Me

    Worked fine on a Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc S!

  • Muhammad

    I like Google play store

  • Jenn

    Thanks so much! I did a software update on my HTC Inspire yesterday that updated to a newer version of android. I had received the google play update before the update, but since the update i had not yet received it. i tried to purchase something from the market and couldn’t bill it to AT&T anymore. Google said talk to AT&T and AT&T said talk to Google. this download has fixed this issue completely! Also, I downloaded straight to my phone and completely skipped the computer part of the download. It worked great just downloading to my phone. Thanks again!!

  • osno21

    Sony Ericsson xperia x8

  • Robbie

    Thanks for posting worked perfectly on my Galaxy Tab 10.1 except it’s not necessary to do via usb computer connection since the tab can dl it. Thanks again!

  • Joyce Gabriel

    I can’t download

  • Pops

    After this manual installation, whether i’m able to use market further or Google play ll replace it?

    • http://twitter.com/pradeepneela Neela Pradeep

      yes you will be able to!

      • Frank Lazar

        It will replace the original Market application, but you’ll still have access to the samemarket. Note that if you had to hack your device to get the basic Market on the unit the application may refuse to install.

        I was able to put Market on my Nextbook 7, but even after downloading the google play apk, the installer started to process it, clearly recognised the application then said that it would not be installed. There may very well be a profile required to do so. The google market recognises my device as a generic phone. (which it isn’t) so I’m able to download most of what I could for my Optimus but not all of it. Curiously enough I was able to get Netfix to install and run.

  • Sriram

    Nice! Thanks for the share.