Android users have, at long last, got a new way of downloading third-party content onto their devices. It’s a new app store called HappyMod, and it is completely different from what they have been used to. HappyMod is home to thousands of modified games and apps and is free to use. You don’t even need to root your device, and it is supported on all Android devices.
How to Install HappyMod:
To get HappyMod onto your device, you need to install the APK file manually. Here’s how:
- First, go to your device settings and into Security.
- Enable the Allow Unknown Sources option
- Now you can download the APK file from the linked HappyMod website.
- A warning message will appear, tap OK.
- Find your downloads and double-tap the apk file to install it.
- Go to your home screen – HappyMod will be there when it is installed.
How to Use HappyMod:
Using HappyMod is as simple as using the official app store. When you open HappyMod, you will see a series of categories; simply tap one and browse the apps and games on offer or use the search bar for a specific app or game. Tap your app and follow the directions to download it. You can also find all the latest uploads in a separate window.
The app developers do not develop these apps; they find them on the internet and upload them. HappyMod is just a repository, and any user can add to it at any time.
HappyMod has lots of cool features:
Modified Content – modified games and apps, some with multiple versions
Safe, Fast Downloads – all apps are virus and exploit scanned – failures are not allowed in the store – and downloads are high-speed.
Support for Multiple Languages – English, Simplified and Traditional Chinese, Italian, Romanian, Thai, and many more
Stop/Start – pause and resume downloads when you want
Fixing HappyMod Errors:
Stable and reliable it may be, two common errors are being reported:
Problem Parsing the Package
The APK parser needs to read a string of digits, characters, and/or symbols from the source code, and if it can’t, this error is thrown. There are a few reasons it can happen, so start with method 1 and work through until something works:
Method 1: Check Manifested HappyMod App APK File:
Did you remove ads from the app? Customize it in any way? This is the result:
1. Open the HappyMod APK file and look for the XML file
2. Open it and reset it to default.
3. Try the app again – it will work.
This error can also happen if you changed the app filename.
Method 2: USB Debugging
1. Open Android Settings and tap on About Device
2. Tap Build Number seven time in quick succession
3. A popup message tells you that “you are now a developer.”
4. Back in Settings, tap on Developer Options.
5. Enable USB Debugging and HappyMod should now install
Method 3: Corrupted File
The only fix for a corrupted file is to delete it from your device and start again, using only the official source. The source file has been checked and declared safe for download.
HappyMod Not Installed
There are also a few reasons why this could happen and several methods to fix it:
Method 1: Clear Package Installer Cache and Data
1. Open your Settings and tap Apps ( Manage Apps )
2. Tap System > Package Installer
3. Tap Clear Data and Clear Cache – these are in Storage for Android 6 Marshmallow users.
Method 2: Enable Unknown Sources
This should be done before trying to install unofficial apps on your device:
1. Open Android Settings > Security
2. Enable the Allow Unknown Sources option
3. Try again, and HappyMod should install
If not, delete it and try again, ensuring that option is kept enabled.
Method 3: Rooted Devices Only
If you rooted your device before using HappyMod, these steps should help:
1. Download a good root explorer app onto your Android device
2. Open the follow and copy the APK.
3. Tap on System > App
4. Make sure the app permissions are enabled and try again – HappyMod should now install
Method 4: Clear Space and Set Path
Lack of space is one of the biggest reasons why apps won’t install, or you could be trying to install it in a place it shouldn’t be. First, clear space on your device – uninstall unused apps, delete files you don’t need anymore, move your media files to external or cloud storage, and anything else that can free up space. You may also be trying to install it on your SD card. First, make sure the card is properly mounted, and second, it may be that HappyMod needs to be installed on your internal memory – not all apps work from an SD card as the package installer cannot always read the files.
Install HappyMod onto your Android device today – it offers a free and easy way of installing third-party apps and is now used by millions of people worldwide.