Download Google Apps Gapps for Android

Most of the Custom ROMs, don’t have Google Apps to reduce ROM size & to allow the user to Install what they require. Google Apps are the proprietary Google-branded applications that come pre-installed with most Android devices, such as the Play Store, Gmail, Maps, etc. 

  1. Gapps for Android 11 (LineageOS 18.1 Gapps)
  2. Gapps for Android Q 10 (LineageOS 17 Gapps)
  3. Gapps for Android Pie 9 (LineageOS 16 Gapps)
  4. Gapps for Android Oreo 8.1 (LineageOS 15.1 Gapps)
  5. Gapps for Android Oreo 8.0 (LineageOS 15 Gapps)
  6. Gapps for Android Nougat 7.1 (LineageOS 14 Gapps)
  7. Gapps for Android Marshmallow 6.0 (CM 13 Gapps)
  8. Gapps for Android Lollipop 5.1 (CM 12.1 Gapps)

There are different Gapps package available on this page. Each Package is of different size. More Google Apps are packed in bigger packages. If your device’s Internal memory is less, go with the smallest package (Pico/Micro). If you want to install all the available Google Apps on PlayStore, download bigger packagesIf you just want PlayStore and basic apps, download smaller packages. For more info regarding packages, click here.

Download Google Apps (Open GApps)

Package Description

Gapps (Google Apps) Package Info
Gapps (Google Apps) Package Info

1. Pico Package

Smallest Gapps package that allows you to gain Playstore & Play Services access. It is highly recommended package as it is small & does the job. You can download other apps from Playstore later. Helps save storage & no useless Google Apps that you don’t use. (Recommended)

2. Nano Package

A bit bigger package than pico which has few more apps then pico package. It contains all the Google services & framework apps.

3. Micro Package

Bigger than Nano & provides all the basic Google Apps that most of us use daily like Gmail, Google launcher etc. Recommended if you use basic Google Apps.

4. Mini Package

This package is designed for those who use limited Google apps or prefer to install apps on their own. In this package you will find the core Google system base, Google Android Shared Services, off-line speech files, Google Play Store, Google Exchange Services (replaces stock/AOSP Exchange Services), Face Detection for Media, Face Unlock, Dialer Framework and few more.

5. Full Package

If you prefer the option to use stock/AOSP apps, this package is designed for you. In this package you will find the core Google system base, offline speech files, Face Detection for Media, Face Unlock, Google Play Store, Google Exchange Services (replaces stock/AOSP Exchange Services)

6. Stock Package

In this package you will find the core Google system base, offline speech files, Face Detection for Media, Face Unlock, Google Play Store, Google Exchange Services (replaces stock/AOSP Exchange Services) and more.

7. Super Package

In this package you will find the core Google system base, offline speech files, Face Detection for Media, Face Unlock, Android For Work, Google Connectivity Services, Google Play Store, Google Exchange Services (replaces stock/AOSP Exchange Services) and more.

8. Aroma Package

The Aroma package is a special version of the regular ‘Super’ package, but with a graphical front-end that will allow you to select which specific applications to install (or not) without having to manually write a Gapps-config file. Note: For versions of 5.0 and lower the Aroma package is based on Stock, and not all options shown are actually available within the package. AROMA has some known issue, which varies by device and recovery version.

How to Install Gapps (Google Apps) on Android?

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Step 1. Download the suitable Gapps package for your device. Transfer the downloaded zip file in your device’s Internal memory.

Step 2. Boot into Recovery mode using your recovery combo buttons OR you can use Rebooter App to boot into Recovery mode.

Step 3. Select Install & locate the Gapps package you transferred in your device. Swipe to confirm flashing.

Step 4. After the installation process is completed, Goto Wipe & select Dalvik cache & cache. Swipe to confirm selected cache partitions.

Step 5. Now reboot your device.

FAQs

All this Gapps have DPI-optimized support for all Google packages (unlike other GApps). If you have 64-bit device, select ARM64. If you have a Zenfone device, select x86. Most of the devices today are 32 bit. You can install the Gapps package by clearing Dalvik cache & flashing the Gapps zip from your custom recovery like TWRP, CWM etc.

  • ARM64 – For 64-bit devices.
  • ARM – For 32-bit devices.
  • x86 – Intel smartphones like Zenfones etc.

It is the smallest Gapps package that allows you to gain Playstore & Play Services access. It is highly recommended package as it is small & does the job.
In this package you will find the core Google System Base, Google Android Shared Library, Google Play Store, Google Calendar Sync, Dialer Framework and Google Package Installer, Google Play Services, Google Text-to-Speech, Google Sounds.

A bit bigger package than pico which has few more apps then pico package. In this package you will find the core Google system base, Google Android Shared Library, Google Play Store, Google Calendar Sync, Face Detection for Media, Dialer Framework and Google Package Installer, Google Play Services, Device Health Services, Google Markup, Google App (Search), Google Text-to-Speech, Google Sounds, Google Digital Wellbeing.

Bigger than Nano & provides all the basic Google Apps that most of us use daily like Gmail, Google launcher, Google App (Search), Google Calendar, Google Package Installer, Google Play services, Google Text-to-Speech, Google Wallpapers, Pixel Icons, Google Text-to-Speech, Google Sounds, Google Digital Wellbeing.

Full GApps include all the apps like Gmail, Google Accessibility Suite, Google App, Calculator, Calendar, Google Chrome, Clock, Drive, Keep Notes, Maps, Messages, News, Pixel Launcher, Photos, Play Books, Games, Movies & TV, Music, Youtube whereas Pico package is the smallest Gapps package that allows you to gain Playstore & Play Services access and only contains some main Google Core apps.

In Super package you will find the core Google system base, offline speech files, Face Detection for Media, Face Unlock, Android For Work, Google Connectivity Services, Google Play Store, Google Exchange Services, and almost all the other Google apps like Maps, News, Google Pay, Play Books, Play Games and many more. Whereas the Aroma package is a special version of the regular ‘Super’ package, but with a graphical front-end that will allow you to select which specific applications to install (or not) without having to manually write a Gapps-config file.

Stock Gapps are recommended for those with the latest devices. It includes apps that comes standard with the Nexus devices. It has the core gapps like Google Android Shared Library, Face Detection for Media, Google Play Store and others and some other Google apps like Gmail, Google Accessibility Suite, Google Drive, Duo, Keep, Maps, Keyboard, Messages , News and many more.

Simply download the latest gapps package from our list and install it directly from Recovery and wipe Dalvik and cache after flashing the updated GApps.

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182 Comments

      1. I was able to download it. From a pc is impossible to do it, no matter the browser or the OS, but from an android device for some reason it works

  1. I root my Tab 2 7.0 P3113 and installed android marshmallow 6.0.1 then tried to install the Gapps following the directions above. When I reboot, it tells me “Google Play service won’t run unless you update Google Play services” I click to update it says “Unfortunately, Google Play Store has stopped” Then goes through error messages saying everything else has stopped working. Is there any help out there? The only thing working right now is the camera. Thanks

  2. Sorry I couldn’t answer yesterday, as I was pretty busy. Talking about the Gapps issue, looks like you’re running out of storage. Try clearing some space & then try installing. If that doesn’t work, make sure you’re installing the proper Gapps package.

    1. Thanks for the reply! This is a brand new Nexus 6P. Never used this for anything else. Just wanted to test a custom OS, but I first wanted to flash the stock OS to ensure everything is working. I’ve flashing multiple versions of the GApps.

  3. Looks like you’re running out of storage. Try clearing some space & then try installing. If that doesn’t work, make sure you’re installing the proper Gapps package.

  4. I made a comment yesterday evening. Maybe it didn’t post correctly. My objective is to access Google Play Store and download whatever applications i choose.

    I’ve been attempting to install Open GApps on a Nexus 6P for a week now on AOSP 7.1.2. The installation seems successful via the TWRP UI, but when I boot into the system, none of the Open GApps appear. I recompiled AOSP with 7.1.1 and Gapps 7.1, but I still cannot see any of the apps. I only see the 15 apps that are compiled with AOSP. Has anyone encountered this issue? Here is the open_gapps_log.txt file here. https://pastebin.com/jLN2mC70 Thanks in advance.

  5. Hi. I’ve been attempting to install Open GApps on a Nexus 6P for a week now on AOSP 7.1.2. The installation seems successful via the TWRP recovery, but when I reboot the system, none of the Open GApps appear. I recompiled AOSP with version 7.1.1 and flashed Gapps 7.1, but I still cannot see any of the apps. I only see the 15 apps that are compiled with AOSP. Have you encountered this issue? https://pastebin.com/jLN2mC70

  6. Dear Devs-Lab,
    i have a problem with Nokia 6 TA-1000 version (android Nougat 7.0),
    i do have install the google things (google service framework, google play store, google account, etc) but, the google “keep stopping”..
    What should i do..? please advice…
    Does this step will work for nokia 6 android 7.0 nougat…?

      1. So, do you have any advice, or you would share any ROM update to solve this issue…?
        I’m really appreciated so much for your help..