Android OS has become so much popular in a short span as it comes with various features used in daily life and availability of thousands (even millions) of games and applications. To install an application either one can download & install from the official play store or by installing the installation .apk file (downloaded from web).
There are a lot of games available on play store with GBs or large MBs of data and in India with slow 2G connections it becomes quite difficult to download them every time so one of the best way is to transfer the applications from one Android device to another. It would save the data and your time as well.
Also Check: How-to Guides for Micromax Android Phones
Please note the high-end games doesn’t come with the installation file alone rather it stores its data file in the system as well. So if you’re downloading any high-end game from the play store most of the times the installation file i.e apk file gets downloaded and installed and then the data file would be downloaded. And for medium-sized or low-end games only the installation file is required. So now you know which file you need to transfer depending upon the kind of game or application.
So now the questions how to share/send the application or any game from one Android phone to another one?
To transfer any game or application you need to have the installation file of it. You can create the backup of the applications or the games present in your device. For this purpose you can use any backup app or the one we mentioned on this post. If you’re using the SuperBackup app then the backup file will be created under File Manager–>SMS Contacts backup–>Apks.
The backup (.apk) file be created in your device and then you can send the installation file via any medium (Bluetooth, email, WiFi Direct). To install any external apk file you need to check on ‘Install apps from Unknown Sources’. Follow: Settings–> Security–> Tick on Unknown sources to do the same.
There are few apps available on play store like Share Apps, MyAppSharer and many more. One can use these applications to transfer the apps or games directly.
To receive games/apps from other Android devices follow the same method mentioned above on sender’s device 😉
It’s easy to share the apps among Android devices and do not forget to transfer the game data from the device along with the installation file. The game data can be installed under File Manager–>Android–>Obb–>Save here. If you’ve any doubt kindly let us know via a comment. The guide present above works with every Micromax Android device.
Also, If you’ve any other method in your mind please share it via a comment.