Google Play Services 11.3.02 Update Download and Install Available
Google Play Services has first been introduced back in 2012 and it has provided only simple access to the Google+ APIs and OAuth 2.0. However, since then this service has been improved and it is currently covering a large variety of Google’s services as it allows applications to easily communicate with the services through common means.
The Google Play Services comes pre-installed on all Android devices, but from time to time you will need to update it or some applications/services might stop functioning properly. The new Google Play Services version 11.3.02 has been released a few days ago and we suggest you to download and install it on your Android device as soon as possible.
It comes with an installation file size of 39.23MB and it can be installed only on devices that run on Android 5.0 and later. Usually, the Google Play Services will get automatically updated, but you can also manually download the APK (installation) file from the internet and install it on your handset.
Google Play Services 11.3.02: How To Install On Your Android Device
You need to first enable the “Unknown Sources” option as this feature will allow you to install APK (installation) files that you’ve downloaded from third-party sources. The “Unknown Sources” option can be found on your device’s Settings->Security and to enable it you just need to check the box next to it.
Once the “Unknown Sources” option is enabled, you will need to download the Google Play Services 11.3.02 from the internet. We suggest you find a trusted website that has positive feedbacks so that you avoid getting a malware on your handset.
Finally, use a file manager application to get to the location where you’ve saved the “APK” file and tap on it to start the updating/installation process.