Android keeps disabling some side loaded apps. Any solution?

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Sep 9, 2021, 4:33:25 PM via Website

Hi,

I have a TCL Android Tv . I have downloaded some apps outside of Google Play but whenever I install them, they are disabled by the Android system. Earlier I thought it was because of Play Protect but after turning off the "Verify apps" in the Security & Restrictions section, my apps are still being disabled. The apps being disabled are 1-Media Lounge, 2- Cyberlink and 3- UK Turks. Kindly inform if there's a solution to this problem. With my best regards.

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Sep 10, 2021, 5:31:19 AM via Website

Have you enabled the 'Unknown source apps install' option in your Settings?

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Sep 10, 2021, 3:22:34 PM via Website

James Watson

Have you enabled the 'Unknown source apps install' option in your Settings?

Yes

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Sep 11, 2021, 12:36:41 PM via Website

harwaz_340

Have you run the apps on another device ever? If it does not run, it is an app problem or an android system problem.

Yes I have an Android Tv Box and these apps work fine on the box.

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Sep 11, 2021, 4:11:12 PM via Website

Are you sure that the APK you got is the correct version?

An APK file has the applicable Android system, supported CPU system, MinAPI version, corresponding DPI and other specifications.

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Sep 20, 2021, 1:38:23 PM via Website

James Watson

Are you sure that the APK you got is the correct version?

An APK file has the applicable Android system, supported CPU system, MinAPI version, corresponding DPI and other specifications.

Yes. The APK is correct because when I install the apps they work on my Tv for that day until the Tv remains on. When I turn off the TV and turn it on the next day the I find the apps disappeared and when I check the Fx file explorer I see that the apps are disabled by the TV's system.

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