Android Injector is an application primarily used for installing apps on any Android phone using a USB. Android apps can only be downloaded and installed from the Google Play Store, the official store for Android apps. There are times, however, when the user cannot access the Play Store or download an app because of restrictions. When this happens, this application can be used to install the apps instead.
Android Injector is a way to bypass restrictions imposed when downloading apps. There are situations where the apps cannot be installed due to country restrictions. Bypassing this restriction can be done if the app is not downloaded from the Play Store. To use the program, the user simply needs to connect a phone to the computer. The program automatically detects if an Android phone is connected. After that, the apps on the computer can be transferred to the phone by simply dragging these to the preferred folder on the phone. In this way, there is no need for an Internet connection to download an app to the Android device.
Non-app files can also be transferred to the phone through Android Injector. Users can transfer audio tracks, videos, and notes to the preferred folders on the phone.