Anonymous asked in Computers & InternetInternetGoogle · 8 years ago

How do u access google play on a tablet?

it thinks its phone and I bought it to download books, games, and music. HELP

1 Answer

  • Sri
    Lv 7
    8 years ago
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    The Google Play Store app comes pre-installed on supported Android devices running Android OS version 2.2 (Froyo) and above. You can find and open the Google Play Store app from your device’s app launcher.

    To find what version of the Android OS your device is running, navigate to Settings > About phone/About tablet and look for Android version

    Missing/trouble accessing the Google Play Store app

    If you're missing the Google Play Store app on your device, or if you’re experiencing difficulty launching the Google Play Store app, please try the following:

    Confirm that you're using an Android device and that it appears on our list of supported Android devices.

    Ensure that you have strong connectivity (either Wi-Fi or a network connection), and contact your Internet or network connection provider if you're not connected.

    Reboot your device (power completely off and turn on), and try accessing the Google Play Store app again.

    If your Android phone or tablet is not supported for use with Google Play, or if after rebooting you still don't see the Google Play Store app, contact the carrier or manufacturer of your device. At this time, we do not offer a copy of the Google Play Store app for download.

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