Google Installer is an app that let you easily install the Google Play Store in your Xiaomi smartphone. To do so, the app lets you comfortably download and install these apps: Google Services Framework, Google Account Management, Google Play Services, and Google Calendar Synchronization. Once all these apps have been installed, you can install and start using the Google Play Store
Google Installer is an app that can only be used if you have an Android Xiaomi smartphone and none of the above mentioned Google apps are currently installed. In fact, if you have one of the apps installed or you’re just missing one of them, you may have to uninstall them beforehand and then complete the process.
If you need to install Google applications onto your Android, Google Installer is an app which works as a download and installation manager for these apps. It offers an automatic process for getting the apps that will give you access to the online service menu for smartphones and tablets.
Install the applications to access a range of Google services
Functioning is extremely simple. All you have to do is download, install and run the APK to start the installation process. It will only request relevant permissions for installing apps and, one by one, the apps will be installed. But you will have to complete the installation process by manually authorizing each one.
These are 6 Google applications that you can install using this app:
- Google Services Framework.
- Google Account Manager.
- Google Play Services.
- Google Play Calendar Synchronization Service.
- Google Contacts Calendar Synchronization Service.
- Google Play Store.
Download Google Apps Installer
There are two versions of the apps, the first one below is for MIUI China based on Android 4.x Kitkat, 5.x Lolipop, and 6.x Marshmallow. The next version is for devices running Android 7.x Nougat and 8.x Oreo.
These work on all versions of MIUI 8, MIUI 9, and MIUI 10 China ROMs. Just make sure you have checked which Android version is running. Go to Settings >> About Phone >> check the Android version:
- 6.x.x is Marshmallow
- 7.x.x is Nougat
- and 8.x.x is Oreo.