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Installation and Help

Note:  Please ensure file is unzipped and has a .apk extension before trying to install on your device


There comes a time in every Android user's life where you want to install an app not found in the Android Market. If it's your first time, you're greeted with, "For security, your phone is set to block installation of applications not obtained from the Android Market" message as you try to install. But how do we get there?
To allow app installs from non-Market apps, tap the menu button on your home screen, then choose Settings >> Applications >> Unknown sources.
Who are these "Unknown sources," and what do they want? Simply put, it's anything other than the Android Market. Could be an app sent by e-mail. Or downloaded from a website.
If you're worried about the security implications of allowing unknown sources, there's an easy fix -- install the app from outside the Android Market, and then hit the checkbox again to turn them back off.
If you're on an AT&T phone, you won't have this option, but Android Central's got you covered. Head on over to our very own Sideload Wonder Machine on the forums to get your non-Market install on.

1. Allow App Installs from 'Unknown Sources'

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There comes a time in every Android user's life where you want to install an app not found in the Android Market. If it's your first time, you're greeted with, "For security, your phone is set to block installation of applications not obtained from the Android Market" message as you try to install. But how do we get there?


To allow app installs from non-Market apps, tap the menu button on your home screen, then choose Settings >> Applications >> Unknown sources.

 
Who are these "Unknown sources," and what do they want? Simply put, it's anything other than the Android Market. Could be an app sent by e-mail. Or downloaded from a website.


If you're worried about the security implications of allowing unknown sources, there's an easy fix -- install the app from outside the Android Market, and then hit the checkbox again to turn them back off.


If you're on an AT&T phone, you won't have this option, but Android Central's got you covered. Head on over to our very own Sideload Wonder Machine on the forums to get your non-Market install on.

 
2. Get Astro File Manager so you can locate your .apk installer file:

 

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3. Using Astro File Manager, locate the file you downloaded to your device from FraternalApps.com.
This is usually in the Messaging folder - Or Downloads Folder
Select the .apk File | Open | Follow Installation Instructions

3. Using Astro File Manager, locate the file you downloaded to your device.

This is usually in the Messaging folder - Or Downloads Folder

Select the .apk File | Open | Follow Installation Instructions

   

 4. Open the Navigator App you have just installed.

Using the Activation Code that was sent to your email, type it in and hit "Activate".
Wait about a minute, and wala.
You have a fully activated Navigator App.