Last Updated on July 23, 2021 by Bestusefultips
Do you want to install third-party apps on Android 11 stock OS? Here’s how to install unknown apps on Android 11. If you want to install apk file or other downloaded third-party apps, your device must enable unknown sources on your stock Android 11 devices. Be careful before installing unknown sources, sometimes it will slow down your device or damage the phone also. Easy to enable or disable allow unknown sources on your Android or Samsung Galaxy devices.
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How to Allow Unknown Sources on Android 11
Step 1: Swipe down the notification panel at the top and tap on the Settings icon.
Step 2: Tap on Apps & Notifications.
Step 3: Tap on Advanced.
Step 4: Tap on Special app access.
Step 5: Scroll down and tap on Install unknown apps.
Step 6: Tap on App you want to allow.
Step 7: Make sure toggle on Allow from this source.
How to Install Apk File on your stock Android 11
Step 1: Open the downloaded APK file on your device.
This message appears: For your security, your phone is not allowed to install unknown apps from this source.
Step 2: Tap on Settings.
Step 3: Toggle on Allow from this source and tap the back button.
Again pop-up appears: Do you want to install this application?
Step 4: Tap on Install.
Step 5: App was installed message appears at the bottom of the screen.
You can find this app on the app drawer on your Android devices.
How to Disable Allow Unknown Sources on Android 11
If you don’t want to give permission to install unknown app, turn off the app toggle using the below settings.
Settings > Apps & notifications > Advanced > Special app access > Install unknown apps > Select the App > Toggle off Allow from this source
Do you use a third-party app or apk file on your stock Android 11? If you have any kind of trouble to install apk file, tell us in below comment box. We will respond as soon as possible.
I just purchased a OnePlus 8T and it came with Netflix pre-installed, when I open the App, it states that it needs to be updated and takes me to the App Store.
In the App Store it states “This App isn’t compatible with your device anymore. Contact the Developers for more info”.
I contacted Netflix ,and they said I need to allow the “Unknown Sources” for the App.
I followed your instructions above and Netflix is not listed.
Uninstall the Netflix app and restart your phone. Now, download the Netflix app again and install it.
To enable unknown sources: Settings > Apps & notifications > See all apps > Select Netflix app > Toggle on Allow unknown sources
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Still cannot toggle to allow installation permissions for any app.
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I got the same problem , on the same phone have u found a fix?
So the option to enable allow install from unknown sources is grayed out i cannot move the slider to allow .