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Enabling apps from “unknown sources” in Android

  • 16.08.2016
  • Apps

For adhoc and test Android builds, APK files, you will need to enable apps from “unknown sources” in your Android device.
To do this:
1) Open Apps
2) Open the Settings app
3) Go to “Security” or “Lock screen and security”
4) Ensure you tick the box in the section the option for “Unknown sources”

Done!

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