Android every version phone has to allow third party apps installation feature. So, the android 8/OREO version phone has also a third party app installation option. This post is for how to allow third party apps android 8.
If you follow this post then you can enable/block the installation of apps on android 8 and also enable the installation of non-market apps on android phone. So follow the tutorial.
Install unknown apps permission option is located in the setting app. So…
Now click the Allow from this source button.
Now your install third party app option is enabled. So, go back to your app and tap on an APK file. Now you can install any android apps on your phone.
This topic related some common questions and answers:
You know android is an opensource platform. That’s means android allows you to install any app from anywhere. If android would be a not open-source platform then you can’t install any app from other websites or market place like iOS.
I hope you can understand what is third party apps in android.
Obviously, third-party apps aren’t illegal. Third-party app has some security reason. So, the android operating system takes permission from you to allow/disallow the installation third-party apps.
I think the third party app is bad for security reasons (not all time). If you install a third-party app on your android device then it’s can push malware on your phone. So, try to install an app from the playstore.
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