The Google Play Store is such an accessible app source on Samsung Galaxy S9 that most users don’t think of anything else. But if you’re not like most users and you want to install an APK or an app from the Application Store, you’ll walk the extra mile for doing so. What you should know, before anything else, however, is that this is a matter of device security when it asks about the Unknown Source when downloading an app.
In other words, to activate unknown sources on Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus, you need to change some settings and activate a particular option. While you might have suspected that this will be the case, you probably don’t know where to start from. Do not worry, we solved that issue a long time ago and we’ll share the solution with you…
Here’s How To Activate Unknown Sources On Galaxy S9 And Galaxy S9 Plus:
- Head to the main screen of the device;
- Open the Settings window;
- Tap on Device Security;
- Identify the Unknown Sources option;
- Select it and change its slider to On.
In 5 simple steps, you have empowered the device to accept and download apps from other sources than the Google Play Store. Go on and celebrate, get the apps that you needed, from the Application Store or any other source but… Don’t forget that it’s best to keep the unknown sources option disabled most of the time, to avoid having the Samsung Galaxy S9 infected with malicious software!