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Can you deploy your own android apps without paying for a Google developer account?  RSS feed

 
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I was wondering if I can deploy an Android app I develop to my own phone, without putting it up on the Google Play Store and paying for A Google developer account. Thanks.
 
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Yes, deploying on your own phone is done via the adb tool that comes with the Android SDK. Somewhere in the Settings of your device you need to allow apps to be installed from outside of the Play Store, though.
 
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