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You can install an APK using the standard development steps with adb, or you can do this entirely without the USB OTG connectorFrom the stock Android go to the application menu at the bottom and open the Settings application.
APKs can be installed just like on any other Android deviceOn the device go to settings->About Tablet and press the "build number" until the text states "You are now a developer". Go back to Settings and there is now a "Developer Options" menuUnder Debugging enable USB Debugging.   You should now be able to run adb commands to install apk files.
 
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Go to security and check "Unknown sources" and press OK.
adb install </path/to/app.apk>
 
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Go back to settings and open the browserEnter in the browser the address for the APK.
 
Once downloaded, swipe down on the notification tray at the top and click on it.  It will ask you if you want to install the apk with any listed permissions. Click install and you can run your application.

Latest revision as of 15:25, 31 August 2017

APKs can be installed just like on any other Android device. On the device go to settings->About Tablet and press the "build number" until the text states "You are now a developer". Go back to Settings and there is now a "Developer Options" menu. Under Debugging enable USB Debugging. You should now be able to run adb commands to install apk files.

adb install </path/to/app.apk>