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How to Install the Google App in Recovery Mode on Android 6.0.1

If you have a custom recovery such as ClockworkMod (CCT) or Team Win Recovery (TWRP), you can install apps from Google Play on your device. This is useful if you want to use certain apps that are not available from the official app stores. For example, Android has many independent app stores and it can be difficult finding apps that are compatible with your operating system. Installing an app store like Google Play Store simplifies things greatly. In this tutorial, we will explain how to install the Google App in Recovery Mode on Android 6 Explorer / TWRP / CCT PC version recoveries. The process is similar for other popular custom recoveries such as Kingroot and Root Explorer. These custom recoveries allow you to mount external storage and access files directly from them without needing to enter your phone’s main operating system every time.

Installing the Google App From Recovery Mode

The easiest way to install the Google App in recovery mode on your Android 6.0.1 device is to flash a custom recovery. This will allow you to access the recovery menu and install apps as we explain below. You can also follow our complete guide on how to flash custom recoveries on every Android device. We do not recommend installing the Google App in normal mode as it may cause some issues in the future. If you want to learn how to install the Google App in Normal Mode, follow our guide here. To install the Google App in recovery mode, follow these steps: Boot your Android 6.0.1 device into Recovery Mode and enable OEM unlock if necessary. If your device doesn’t have an unlocked bootloader, we recommend you to check our guide on how to unlock your Android 6.0.1 device’s bootloader. Now, navigate to « app » in the main menu and select the Google App. If you don’t see it, you may need to re-enable OEM unlock again.

Getting Started

Let’s get started with the tutorial and find out how to install the Google App in recovery mode. First, we need to download and install a custom recovery on our Android 6.0.1 device. We recommend using TWRP as it’s the most popular custom recovery and one of the best options available. If you want to use a different recovery, check our comprehensive list of recommended recoveries to find one that works with your device.

Enable OEM Unlocking on your Android 6.0.1

The first step is to enable OEM unlocking on your Android 6.0.1 device. OEM unlocking will allow us to install a custom recovery and root our device. This is why we need to enable it. Go to Settings -> Privacy -> OEM unlocking. Now, enable OEM unlocking. To finish the process, we just need to reboot our device again.

Installing a Custom ROM from Recovery Mode

Now it’s time to learn how to install a custom ROM from recovery mode. The process is very similar to installing an app from Google Play Store. We just need to flash a custom recovery image instead of an APK file. Then we can flash any custom ROM file on our device. Be carefull when installing a custom ROM as you may end up bricking your device if you don’t know what you’re doing. Also, make sure you’re installing a ROM that is compatible with your device. To flash a custom recovery on your device, follow these steps: Boot your device into recovery mode. (We will explain how to do that in a bit.) Select « Advanced » option in the main menu of your custom recovery. Now, select the « Install » option from the next screen. Navigate to the Google App image file and select it. Swipe to install the image file. After the custom recovery is installed, select the « reboot » option. Then, you can select the Google App to open it in recovery mode.


The Google App is an Android utility that lets you access all your apps, games, and other media using a single web browser. The app works best on devices with stock or custom operating systems. The reason why many users want to install the app on their recovery is because it allows you to download Google apps, apps from the Android app market, and other Android utilities without using a computer. If you want to learn more about the Google App and how to install it in recovery mode, check out our complete guide here. From there, you can install any app you want in recovery mode. Hopefully this guide was helpful, and if you have any questions, please leave them in the comment section below!