Tuesday, 5 July 2016

How To Install Google Play Store On Phoenix OS - How To Root Phoenix OS


Phoenix OS is one of the best and free to use Android based operating systems available out there that helps you turn a computer or laptop into an Android device and It offers you all features and tools you may find in an Android smart phone, Android Tablet PCs and other Android devices. But in addition to the usefulness and ease of use of Phoenix OS, like any other operating systems, It also has many shortcomings. Major problem you come across after the installation process of Phoenix OS. It does not come pre-installed with Google Play store and It would be no exaggeration to say that an Android device is considered incomplete without Google Play Store. Unfortunately, As of now there is no official method through which one can install Google services on Phoenix OS except some unofficial and rooted versions of Phoenix OS. In today's video tutorial, I will be teaching you How you can install Google Play Store on Phoenix OS using a rooted version of Phoenix OS. 

How To Install Google Play Store On Phoenix OS - How To Root Phoenix OS


Using a rooted version has many drawbacks, For example, Since these available rooted versions are older versions of Phoenix OS therefore It does not help you to install Google Play Store on the latest version of Phoenix OS. You will have to uninstall the existing version of Phoenix OS and install an older version of Phoenix OS If you want to use this method. One of the other problems is that I could not find older required version of Phoenix OS As you have to install unrooted version and then replace a file from the installation directory of Phoenix OS. But fortunately I manage to find Phoenix OS version 1.0.4 Soft Pedia.com. As you can see the latest version is 1.0.8.

I do hope everything is now clear to you, Let me begin today's video. First of all download this required version of Phoenix OS. And then install Phoenix OS. You can watch my previous video on How to install Phoenix OS? 

After having installed Phoenix OS, Now please shut it down and boot Windows from the menu. 


Go to the installation folder where you have installed it. In my case, I have installed Phoenix OS on Drive C. 

Delete this file named system.sfs.

Now copy file we have extracted earlier and paste it in the installation folder. Now restart Windows and boot Phoenix OS from the boot menu. 

Please wait.

Click on notification bar.

Click SuperSu.

Click continue.

Click normal.

You now need to reboot your copy of Phoenix OS for the changes to take effect.

Boot Phoenix OS from boot menu.

Click start menu and open Play Store fixer.

Click start

Click grant

Select Google Play Store and click always.

If the screen goes blank, Click start menu and switch to Tablet mode.

Now click menu and open my apps and game.

Now update SuperSu 

Click notification area and update SuperSU. 

Click on notification bar.

Click SuperSu.

Click continue.

Click normal.

Reboot your copy of Phoenix OS for the changes to take effect.

Congratulations, You can now download and install Android apps and games from Google Play Store. I hope you like today's video. Please do let know If you run into any problems, I'll try my best to solve your problems. I humbly request you. Please support my channel by subscribing to Make PC Android. 

2 comments:

  1. older version of phoenix is not available on the specified link .. If u can upload that version somewhere it would great help ..
    thank u

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    1. http://bbs.phoenixstudio.org/cn/read.php?tid=6994 found it here..

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