Here are complete steps to find out correct architecture and DPI for Google Play Services on your Android device. This tutorial will help you find your device’s true architecture and DPI which you can use to download correct app variants. Play Store automates this procedure but if you don’t have it and are trying to install apps manually, this guide is crucial. To address multiple devices with different hardware configurations, Google usually packages it apps into multiple variants for each rather than having a singular app.
Custom ROMs don’t ship with any Google apps hence they are the main reason users resort to manually installing Play Services. The first step in manual installation is to have proper knowledge of your smartphone’s architecture and DPI. For that, you can use the steps ahead. Google Play Services is an important part of Android. Due to government laws, Chinese region Android phones also do not ship with Google Apps installed so you have to install them manually as well.
With this simple guide you will be able to identify the correct architecture and dpi of Google Play Services in easy way. We have provided a step-by-step process ahead so you don’t get stuck while identifying and installing the perfect Google Play Services for your Android device.
How to Identify Correct Architecture and DPI for Google Play Services
Follow the steps below to identify and install Google Play Services on your phone.
Step 1 – First you have to install Droid Hardware Info. As you are having trouble with Play Services, ahead is a manual download link to the APK file.
Download APK file:
Size: 2.19 MB
Step 2 – After the installation, open the application from your app drawer. By default, this application will automatically take you into the “Device” tab.
Step 3 – At the bottom of the “Device” tab find the title “Software Identity“. This will be your DPI. Note down the DPI number or remember it if you have good memory.
Step 4 – Now, got to the “System” tab which is found right next to the “Device” tab. In the System tab look for “Instruction Sets” which will show you your phone’s architecture. (something like arm-v7a or arm64-v8a etc)
Step 5 – Now all you have to do is find the Google Play Services file with the same DPI and Architecture as your Android phone.
Now you have learned how to identify correct architecture and DPI for Google Play Services. Drop a comment if you have any questions for us.