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Installing APKs - MissionlabsMark - 04-16-2018 07:01 AM

Hello,
Is there am idiot's guide to installing APKs on T58V?
As well as my own ApK I'd like to install Google Play Services as I want to use Push Notifications to the phone.

Thanks,


RE: Installing APKs - Samuel_Yealink - 04-17-2018 06:27 AM

Dear Customer,

The correct way to install a Yealink certified app is as followings,
1. Download and install HFS from Internet on your computer, it's free. This is to setup your computer as a http server.
2. Put the .apk file on the http server to generate the URL of this app. e.g. http://192.168.10.1/SFB.apk
3. Put below text in the Notepad and save it as a .cfg file, e.g. SFB.cfg

#!version:1.0.0.1

pm.version = special
app.install_url = http://192.168.10.1/SFB.apk

4. Put this SFB.cfg file on the http server as well, and get the URL of it, e.g. http://192.168.10.1/SFB.cfg
5. Go to the web GUI of the phone, Settings>Auto Provision>Server URL
6. Fill in the Server URL with the link to the SFB.cfg, and then click on Provision Now.

Your phone will now start installing the app.

And if you want to install the Google Play, please follow below instructions,

1. Download the below zip file from the FTP link,
http://sfyms.yealink.com/?ShareToken=B37A96F288F103C8AC97315BF15A9FD5AD11A319

2. Put this zip file on your http server as well, and get the url of it.

3. Put below text in the Notepad and save it as a .cfg file, e.g. google.cfg

#!version:1.0.0.1

pm.version = special
app.install_url = http://192.168.10.1/open_gapps-arm-5.1-pico-20161207.zip

4. Put this SFB.cfg file on the http server as well, and get the URL of it, e.g. http://192.168.10.1/google.cfg

5. Go to the web GUI of the phone, Settings>Auto Provision>Server URL

6. Fill in the Server URL with the link to the SFB.cfg, and then click on Provision Now.


RE: Installing APKs - MissionlabsMark - 04-17-2018 01:30 PM

(04-17-2018 06:27 AM)Samuel_Yealink Wrote:  Dear Customer,

The correct way to install a Yealink certified app is as followings,
1. Download and install HFS from Internet on your computer, it's free. This is to setup your computer as a http server.
2. Put the .apk file on the http server to generate the URL of this app. e.g. http://192.168.10.1/SFB.apk
3. Put below text in the Notepad and save it as a .cfg file, e.g. SFB.cfg

#!version:1.0.0.1

pm.version = special
app.install_url = http://192.168.10.1/SFB.apk

4. Put this SFB.cfg file on the http server as well, and get the URL of it, e.g. http://192.168.10.1/SFB.cfg
5. Go to the web GUI of the phone, Settings>Auto Provision>Server URL
6. Fill in the Server URL with the link to the SFB.cfg, and then click on Provision Now.

Your phone will now start installing the app.

And if you want to install the Google Play, please follow below instructions,

1. Download the below zip file from the FTP link,
http://sfyms.yealink.com/?ShareToken=B37A96F288F103C8AC97315BF15A9FD5AD11A319

2. Put this zip file on your http server as well, and get the url of it.

3. Put below text in the Notepad and save it as a .cfg file, e.g. google.cfg

#!version:1.0.0.1

pm.version = special
app.install_url = http://192.168.10.1/open_gapps-arm-5.1-pico-20161207.zip

4. Put this SFB.cfg file on the http server as well, and get the URL of it, e.g. http://192.168.10.1/google.cfg

5. Go to the web GUI of the phone, Settings>Auto Provision>Server URL

6. Fill in the Server URL with the link to the SFB.cfg, and then click on Provision Now.

Thanks very much for that. I've got my own APK on and tried Google Play services. Although it installs, it continually crashes.

Is it the correct version of Google Play Services? I'm using a SIP-T58.

Thanks,

Mark


RE: Installing APKs - Samuel_Yealink - 04-18-2018 01:24 AM

Hi Mark,

Yes, that's a downside of installing the google service, unfortunately we only have this one.

KR
Samuel Wang


RE: Installing APKs - justingoldberg - 10-11-2019 01:55 PM

there are alternative app stores:
amazon
acmarket
apkpure
Aptoide
aurora store
yalp store
samsung app store

You can also install an older version of the app store, and hope that it doesn't auto-update itself. Let me know if you test any of the above.


RE: Installing APKs - justingoldberg - 10-25-2019 05:02 PM

I tested the Aptoide store and it installed correctly. I was able to install the Google play store and play services but it does not work correctly. I checked root checker to see if the phone is factory rooted (it isn't). I didn't check kingroot and other rooting apps, such as towelroot.

Also, the 2018 version of Microsoft teams installed correctly.