This guide will walk you through installing civic engine from Google Play on your android device.
We will cover the installation process step by step.
For a complete list of steps and additional information about installing civic, see this post.
If you want to start installing civic on your device, first install the app from the Google Play store.
This will install the code and data you need to start using civic on the device.
To get started, first tap the Install button.
This will take you to a screen that says, “Install this app.”
Select it and you will see a screen where you can select which Android version of civic you want installed.
Then, tap Install and then select the installation method you would like to use.
If your Android version is not compatible with civic, select the Google Developer Toolkit version and choose the version that you want.
For example, if you want civic to install on an Android version 4.4.4, select that version.
Once you’ve selected the right installation method, you’ll be asked if you’d like to apply the app to your device.
If this is the first time you’re using civic, you can still skip this step and install civic from the Play Store.
If you’ve already installed civic, it’s not necessary to download it from the app store.