How To Send Full PUBG App To Other Android Device. The all the new trending game on Android devices after COC is PUBG(Player Unknown’s Battleground). More than 50 Million Downloads on playstore the game is immensely popular across the world. The concept of the game is nothing new from the PC version of the Battle Royal Game. Everything including the gameplay is similar to the XBOX And PC version the only difference is it is now available for Android devices.
I guess you already know the gameplay, in case if you haven’t tried the game for once. It is recommended to try the game, and I am sure that you’ll love it unless if you are not a fan of shooting games.
So, without wasting time lets jump into the main objective of this post. PUBG mobile is pretty big in size, it is almost 1.3 GB. I know it is not much for people who have faster and available internet connection. But there are people out there who don’t have an internet connection or limited data usage. Well, in that case, I think this technique will surely help.
You can easily transfer the PUBG Mobile app to another Android device using Share it or Xender, but as soon as you try to install the app it will start to download the resources file which is 1.3 GB, and today I will give you a solution on how you can transfer the resource file from one Android device to another without needing to download anything.
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How To Send Full PUBG App To Other Android Device
Follow the step by step procedure to successfully send the PUBG app from one Android device to another.
First of all, you’ll need to download and install any of the sharing apps on both devices. I,e Xender or share it. After that connect both of the device using the installed sharing app, if you don’t know how to use the sharing platform than you can check out this post. How to transfer files from one device to another using Share it.
The resource file for all the app is stored in the internal storage Android device, we only have to locate the particular file for PUBG and transfer the file in another device and paste it on the same location as the file was on the other device. Pretty confusing right. Well, don’t worry I will show you the step by step process here.
Step 1: Go to your internal storage and look for the “Android” folder. Most of the time it is located on the top, but if you don’t see the folder then you need to enable the “Show hidden files”.
Step 2: Open the “Android” Folder and look for “obb” folder. Open the “obb” folder.
Step 3: Now you’ll see a folder name “com.tencent.ig”. open that folder, you’ll see a filename “main.8351.com.tencent.ig.obb”.
Step 4: Now you’ll need to send the file on the device where you want to install the app. just select the file and click on the share button, after that transfer the file using share it to another device.
Step 5: Once the file fully transferred to the other device, you have to cut and paste the file on the same folder on the device where you want to install it.
Step 6: To do that cut the file from the share it folder and paste it into the “com.tencent.ig” folder on the other device where you want to install the game. If the folder doesn’t exist there you need to create the folder. Don’t forget to rename the folders.
Step 7: Once you successfully paste the file to that location, all you need to do is go to share it and click the install button. That’s it you have successfully transferred the PUBG without using any data connection.
Hope the tutorials were easy, in case if there’s any doubt or if there’s any question regarding the topic, don’t hesitate to knock me through comments. I will always be happy to help you with this.