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Topic # 87013 17-Jul-2011 22:50
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Using Win7,Samsung S2.Want to install monitoring software that came with my DVr,it's called RemoteEye,came on a cd.I've used Kies to transfer the .apk file to the external_sd /data folder on my sd card,use ES File Explorer can see RemoteEye.apk file,what do I do now?Open it up I can see 
Folder
lib
META_INF
res
AndroidManifest.xml
classes.dex
resources.arsc

Have downloaded APk manager,Easy Installer AppMonster but can't work out how to install it?
Thanks,Gary 

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  Reply # 494991 18-Jul-2011 20:46
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weird all phines ive used i just click on the apk file and click install

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  Reply # 495016 18-Jul-2011 21:28
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Mke sure that "Unknown sources" is checked in application settings. This option allows for non-market alps to be installed. Also the apk isn't in a zip file?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 495414 19-Jul-2011 19:40
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This is where I get confused,single-click on .apk opens it up to show files,how do I install it?It was in a zip file,I can extract it,but no idea what to do after that?How do I find install?Operations gives me Extract to,Cut,copy,rename,delete or Select All?

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  Reply # 495462 19-Jul-2011 21:40
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Your not trying to install it through windows are you? Usually single tap will ask you to install using package installer.



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  Reply # 495919 20-Jul-2011 20:08
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No,

Installing on my S2-I assume that's how I do it? 

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  Reply # 496485 21-Jul-2011 23:13
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Take it out of the zip for a start, put it on the root of your sd card (doesnt have to be root) and just press on it, it will bring up a window saying do you want to install, done... Use a normal file manager to get to the .apk




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