Using your PC (with USB cable) On Null48

1. Preparing your Android phone/tablet for installing the game

1.Install ES File Explorer a file manager app to your device. Tap Install and after you finish downloading the files it’ll automatically be installed to your device. To open the app tap Open.

Using your PC (with USB cable) On Null48

 

Using your PC (with USB cable) On Null48

Using your PC (with USB cable) On Null48

2.Enable Trust unknown sources option

Menu  > Settings > Security  >Unknown sources (check it if there’s no mark)

Using your PC (with USB cable) On Null48

 

Using your PC (with USB cable) On Null48

Using your PC (with USB cable) On Null48

Using your PC (with USB cable) On Null48

 

Note: Different devices may have different paths to Trust unknown sources and USB debugging options and it may differ from the path we show here

3.Enable USB debuggingoption

Menu > Settings> Applications > Development > USB debugging(check it if there’s no mark)

Using your PC (with USB cable) On Null48

Using your PC (with USB cable) On Null48

Using your PC (with USB cable) On Null48

Using your PC (with USB cable) On Null48

 

 

2. Guide on how to install games using your PC (with USB cable)

Important! If you’re planning on downloading games to your phone or tablet using Wi-Fi you’ll need this guide

1.Let’s look at how you install a game with cache using USB cable with Sine Mora as an example. Download 2 files (*.apk installation file and *.zip cache file), that are under the game description to your PC to any folder you created or to your Desktop.

Using your PC (with USB cable) On Null48

 

Using your PC (with USB cable) On Null48

 

Using your PC (with USB cable) On Null48

 

2. Plug your phone/tablet via USB cable using Mass Storage Mode or Media Transfer Protocol (MTP) and copy two files you downloaded to Download folder that’s in the root folder of your memory.

 

Using your PC (with USB cable) On Null48

To see the files you downloaded using your phone/tablet you need to have ES File Explorer (for more details see step 1 of Preparing your device)

The game files will look like this through ES File Explorer on your device:

Using your PC (with USB cable) On Null48

Using your PC (with USB cable) On Null48

 

3. Select the *.zip file and tap Extract at the bottom menu. In the pop up window you’ll need to enter the correct cache path (usually the cache path is indicated on Null48 under the game description, if it’s not there please read the note at the bottom of the page) and tap OK.

Using your PC (with USB cable) On Null48

Using your PC (with USB cable) On Null48

Using your PC (with USB cable) On Null48

Using your PC (with USB cable) On Null48

 

Using your PC (with USB cable) On Null48

Using your PC (with USB cable) On Null48

Using your PC (with USB cable) On Null48

Using your PC (with USB cable) On Null48

Using your PC (with USB cable) On Null48

4.After you extract files go back to Download folder (previous step), tap the *.apk file and then Install.

Using your PC (with USB cable) On Null48

 

5. After the installation is complete tap Open and enjoy the game.

Using your PC (with USB cable) On Null48

 

Note: What’s cache?

Cache is just a folder with files you need to run a game or an app.

Virtually all games with cache on Null48 have their cache path on the game page showing you where you need to copy the files. Game cache is in a zip file and you need to copy not the zip file itself, but its contents to the indicated folder (read about how to do that in the instruction above)

If there’s no cache path on the page you can create in automatically:

1.Download the game (*.apk file)

2.Install it

3.After the installation run the game and allow it to start downloading cache, but cancel it in 10-15 seconds. The game created the folder and now you know where to place the cache.

Cache paths for games by popular developers:

Gameloft games – sdcard/gameloft/games/(game name*). If the game is from market the path will be different – sdcard/Android/data/(game name*)

Electronic Arts (EA) games – sdcard/Android/data/(game name*)

Glu games – sdcard/glu/(game name*)

Games by other developers – sdcard/data/data/(game name *) or sdcard/(game name *)

By (game name *) we mean extracted game cache!

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