Samsung Galaxy S3: How to Install Apps Remotely from the Computer

As we all know that the Google Play Store is the official market of the Android phone, including with the Samsung Galaxy SIII. From there, you can find lot of apps that you can choose which best suit you. In order to allow you accessing the Play Store, make sure you have activated a Google account on your Samsung Galaxy SIII.

See also: How to Activate Google Account on Samsung Galaxy S3

Once you've activated the account, then you can use it to log in to the Play Store and install apps from there. But, in certain condition search an apps between lot of apps on the Play Store using the phone is less convenient way to install apps. Fortunately, you can install apps remotely to your Samsung Galaxy SIII through the Google Play Store website on your PC or laptop.

How to install apps from the Google Play on the web?
Make sure your Samsung Galaxy SIII is registered with the Google Play, or in other word you have activated a Google account on your phone. Well, here the complete steps to do:
  1. Open web browser on your computer or laptop then navigate to the
  2. Login with the Google account associated with your Samsung Galaxy SIII.
  3. Here you can search and browse the apps you wish to install to your phone.
  4. Once you find the apps, you'll be presented with the apps information, including with the app permissions.
  5. If the apps is free then simply click the Install button.
  6. If the apps is paid then you'll be presented with the payment options you wish to use, and then you just need to follow the process given to you.
  7. Once the process is completed, now you can enjoy your newly installed apps on your phone.

By knowing the step to install apps through the Google Play Store website, now you can install apps remotely through the PC or laptop with ease. So, hope this helps :)

1 comment:

  1. My screen is broken on my galaxy s3 and i would like to install software like teamviewer to operate it remotely. how can i install it with no display? many thanks. nick.


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