This is a very useful, informative, video, outlining the process necessary for installing the Grand Theft Auto: Vice City ten year anniversary edition on your Android phone or tablet.
**THIS METHOD WILL WORK ON PHONES THAT GET THE "Your phone is unsupported" MEMO IN THE GOOGLE PLAY STORE**
DISCLAIMER: Only use this method if you originally purchased GTA Vice City through the Play store and were unable to enjoy or play it due to an "XAPK VALIDATION ERROR". Downloading apps without paying for them is never OK.
Follow the instructions in the video, and you will be kicking some serious ass as Tommy Vercetti in Vice City in no time. The downloads needed are listed below:
-GTAVC APK File:
-GTAVC OBB Game Data:
**YOU MUST DOWNLOAD ALL FOUR PARTS OF THE GAME DATA**
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If you have any problems or questions, feel free to post them in the comments, or inbox me, and I will be happy to help.
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