App to Apk

Last updated on May 20th, 2021 at 07:20 pm

As we all know, Android is the most widely growing OS in the whole World. I think this is the best time to learn more about Android apps.

You can easily learn how to create apk from the Installed app by using an Android device even if you’re doing this first time.

This is such a quite basic move on How to extract apk file from Android.

In Simple Words, You can store Android Apps on your Android’s personal storage like Internal storage or SD Card.

You don’t need Internet connectivity to install the app if it’s already stored in your Android’s offline storage.

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Now you will ask, Where are apk stored on an Android device?

Actually, Installed Android Apps are stored in the system location. Therefore, a non-rooted user can’t access it normally but If your Android device is rooted, you can get the apk stored in the system location without using an app.

If you want to Root your Android Device, read this post: How To Root Any Android Smartphone in just 1min (Without PC)

But Luckily some Apps Allows you to create apk from the installed app. You can get apk from installed apps by using File Manager Application to create apk backup from the phone (Android device).

Benefits of Creating and Exporting Apk File From Installed Apps on Android

Once you create apk from an installed app on Android and stored into the Offline storage then you can share or send the app to anyone without using the Internet.

For Example: Suppose, You want to play a multiplayer Android game with a friend and the game file size is around 1GB.

So, most probably your friend will refuse to download the game because it needs 1GB data to download the game, right.

So, here you can create apk file from the installed apps or game and send it to the friend by using any Offline File Sharing Application like Shareit.

Besides that, you can extract apk from Android and create a collection of Android Apps and games.

It will provide you the freedom to Uninstall and Reinstall the Apk files anytime without using the Internet.

You can get apk from installed apps on Android by using Apk Extractor App but I think it’s not a great step to Install an Application for extracting Apk from Installed apps.

Even if you can perform these steps by using the File Manager Application installed in your Android device.

Yes, you can make apk from installed apps by using Es File Explorer Application which is Quite a popular File Manager App among Android users.

Es File Explorer app shows all the system and user apps apk. You can easily create apk file from installed apps.

In this Topic, I will show you How to Create Apk From an Installed App on Android by using Es File Explorer Application.

How To Create Apk From Installed App on Android


Step 1. Install ES File Explorer

How to Download WhatsApp Status Video or PhotoGo to the Google Play store and Install the Es File Explorer application.

Install Es File Explorer


Step 2. Click on App

How To Create Apk From Installed App on AndroidOnce you’ve installed then Open the Es File Explorer app and you will see the App option on the Homepage, Click on it.


Step 3. Select Apps >>Click on Backup

How To Create Apk From Installed App on Android

Select those Apps you want to Create Apk From Installed App on Android, then click on Backup to save all the selected apps on Android’s Internal storage.

The backup will take up to 3-5 seconds to complete the process.


Step 4. Open Internal Storage

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After creating a Backup of apk Files. Open the Internal Storage of your Android device.


Step 5. Open Backups Folder

How To Create Apk From Installed App on AndroidLocate and Open the Backups Folder inside the Internal Storage of your Android device.


Step 6. Your Apk Files are Here

How To Create Apk From Installed App on AndroidNow you know, How to save Installed Android Apps on Android’s storage. So, that’s how you can Create Apk From Installed Apps on Android.

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