Google Play Store on the RG353V, RG353M and RG353P – Installation Tutorial

In this post, we’re going to be installing the Google Play Store on an Anbernic RG353V device, however this process works on the RG353M and RG353P as well.


Let’s start installing the Google Play Store on your devices.

First thing you need to do is download the following five files.

  1. Google Play Services
  2. Google Account Manager
  3. Google Services Framework 11
  4. Google Play Store
  5. Device ID

Few options here, you can download them straight onto the device through the chrome browser, pop out the SD card and put the files on it or connect the device to your PC and transfer them that way. I’d suggest putting them in the downloads folder on the internal storage, but anywhere works.

You should end up with five APKs. With the files on the device, open the Explorer  app and start installing each APK in order (same as you downloaded). You’ll likely get a popup about allowing unknown sources, allow it, it’s normal. The first APK and the play store APK took me a few minutes, that’s normal, don’t worry.

For the last APK, Device ID, when you install it and open it, you likely won’t see anything under the Google Services Framework section. Don’t worry, just delete the app and reinstall it and you should be good to go. You should see a long number under Google Services Framework. You’re going to need this number for the next step. Side note, you’re going to start getting a lot of notifications about play protect not being certified, and your device is going to vibrate or ring incessantly. Just mute and ignore for now, it’s normal.

Open this link next, it’ll be easier to do this on a PC or your phone, but you can do it on the device too if you’d like. Copy and paste or write out the Google Services Framework number in the field, prove you’re not a robot and register. 

Restart the device, this next part could take up to 15 minutes, so feel free to come back in a bit. You’ll know it worked if you can open the Google Play Store, and it shows a login screen. Feel free to keep trying or just wait a bit, it took about 5 minutes for me. After that, you’re all set and done! 

Feel free to delete those files we loaded onto the device after if you’d like, they aren’t needed anymore. 

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