How to install Call of Duty Mobile on Android (All Countries)


Call of Duty Mobile for Android has been released. Users in some countries have started getting the Install option in the Google Play Store. Those users who want to install the Call of Duty Mobile without waiting any further, they can follow this guide. The step-by-step tutorial given here will guide you on how to install Call of Duty Mobile on Android in any country. It doesn’t matter whether this game is available in your country or not, this guide is going to work in all the cases.

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Playing Call of Duty Mobile on Galaxy A70

Before you download Call of Duty Mobile on Android phone, let me give you a brief overview of this game.

Call of Duty Mobile – The FPS loved by everyone

Call of Duty by Activision dates back to 2003. There are no words that can explain one’s craze for Call of Duty. It changed the way gamers played FPS. Call of Duty, at one point, got everyone stuck with their computers. The multiplayer FPS game was totally worth it.

These days, all the famous PC games have their Android counterpart too. Its been over 10 years that the Android smartphones have grabbed a major percentage of gamers from the Desktop PCs. Take a look at games like PUBG Mobile, Fortnite, Need for Speed, all of these games have a larger audience on the ecosystems of smartphones. Activision was missing on this as they did not have the Call of Duty for the smartphones. They did, however, announced there plans to bring Call of Duty Mobile to Android and iOS.

Call of Duty made it to Android way back, but it was in the alpha, and then the beta stage. The game was called “Call of Duty Legends” and it did not work for everyone.

After all this wait, Activision, in collaboration with Tencent, has finally released Call of Duty Mobile’s final version on Android. The game started making its way to Indian Android users a couple of days back. Call of Duty Mobile as good as the game we once played on the PC. It won’t be wrong to say that Activision has impressed the masses. Yes, it did take a lot of time, but it was worth the wait.

Call of Duty Mobile Gameplay

The first person shooting is the essence of Call of Duty. The same can be seen in Call of Duty Mobile. The developers have actually put in a lot of hard work and efforts to make this a better game than the desktop version. Call of Duty Mobile brings a handful of modes. The feature that I loved the most in this game is the battle royale mode.

Call of Duty Mobile on Android

In the battle royal mode, players jump off from the Choppers and Gunship helicopters onto an Island, or in the mountains, or anywhere that is your location. After making it to the ground, they have to start looking for weapons and supplies and then the saga starts. You have to look for the enemies and shoot them down. In the battle royale mode, you can find a chopper and fly it around. Enemies can shoot down your chopper, so when you are flying it, you better keep a watch on the ground.  It is up to you whether you want to play the battle royale mode along or you want to join hands with a team. 

Furthermore, the game has a multiplayer mode. You can either join an already-built server to play it with the strangers, or you can make a server to play it with your friends. You will go into the towns, break into the buildings, look out for enemies, shoot them in the head and so on. There are weapons spread all over. Keep yourself loaded to increase your chances of survival. Find empty vehicles so that you can roam around in safety. 

Weapon upgrades are available in the inventory. You can either purchase new weapons or upgrade your existing weapons. The entire gear can be upgraded. COD Mobile incorporates daily rewards and bonuses. Yes, the does have IAPs, but the most amazing part is that the game itself comes for free. Yes, you heard it right. The best FPS for Android is up for free.

That was a little bit about COD Mobile, let me show you how to install Call of Duty Mobile on Android right now.


Guide on How to install Call of Duty Mobile on Android

Time needed: 5 minutes.

These are the steps to install Call of Duty Mobile on any Android phone in any country.

  1. Copy the Call of Duty Mobile APK and OBB Files to the phone.

    The files that you downloaded above, copy those files to the internal storage of your Android smartphone.

  2. Pre-register for Call of Duty Mobile in the Play Store.

    Open Play Store on your phone, find Call of Duty Mobile and pre-register. This is an important step to install this game.

  3. Install a good VPN from the Play Store now.

    In the Play Store, find a VPN as you need to be connected from India. For me, the Proxy Master worked and I’d recommend you the same. It’s free.

  4. Open File Manager and install the Call of Duty Mobile APK.

    Using File Manager, open the COD Mobile APK and install it. Do not open the game after installation. Just click on “Done” and get back to the files.

  5. Copy the com.activision.callofduty.shooter to Android > Obb.

    Extract the Call of Duty file to get the com.activision.callofduty.shooter. Copy this file and paste it into Internal Storage > Android > Obb.

  6. Connect the VPN to India now.

    Open the Proxy Master now and connect through India. Any location other than India will not work. This is why India is a must.

  7. Launch Call of Duty Mobile now and play it off!

    Open Call of Duty Mobile now and login using Facebook. You are all set to play the game. Choose the mode now. Go ahead and show off your FPS skills. That’s all.

Wrap Up

That is it with the installation of Call of Duty Mobile on Android. I hope that you guys have this game running on your phone right now. Moreover, I tried installing it on my S10 Plus and my Galaxy A70 and found it working on both. I have made a video on it a well that I am going to attach below. If you have any questions or queries regarding this game, feel free to ask it in the comments section below.

Usama is a software engineer by profession and at he uses his expertise to solve everyday consumer tech problems with his main areas of interest being Android, iOS and Windows.

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