App Notes:

To figure out the right version of Google Play services for your Android device, download Play Services info or go to Settings -> Apps -> Google Play services, and look at the 3-digit sequence (let's use XYZ) in the parentheses:

* X defines Android version:

  • 0 for Android <5.0
  • 2 for Android 5.0 and 5.1 starting with Play Services v8
  • 4 for Android 5.0 and 5.1 before Play Services v8, Android >= 6.0 after
  • 5 for Android Wear
  • 7 for Android 5.0
  • 8 for Android TV
  • 9 for Android 8.0+

* Y defines CPU architecture:

  • 1 for armeabi
  • 3 for armeabi-v7a
  • 4 for arm64-v8a
  • 5 for mips
  • 7 for x86
  • 8 for x86_64

* Z defines DPI:

  • 0 for universal nodpi
  • 2 for 160
  • 4 for 240
  • 6 for 320
  • 8 for 480

Notes:

  • It seems that 7YZ builds became 4YZ with Google Play services v6.5. If you were on 7YZ before, you should now install 4YZ.
  • It seems that 4YZ builds got split into 2YZ for Lollipop and 4YZ for Marshmallow with Google Play services v8. If you were on 4YZ before, you should now install 2YZ in Lollipop and 4YZ in Marshmallow.
  • Examples:

    • 014 for Android <5.0 armeabi CPU 240 DPI device
    • 438 for Android 6.0+ armeabi-v7a CPU 480 DPI device
    • 876 for Android TV x86 CPU 320 DPI device
    • 940 for Android 8.0+ arm64 CPU nodpi device

Google Play services is used to update Google apps and apps from Google Play.
This component provides core functionality like authentication to your Google services, synchronized contacts, access to all the latest user privacy settings, and higher quality, lower-powered location based services.
Google Play services also enhances your app experience. It speeds up offline searches, provides more immersive maps, and improves gaming experiences.
Apps may not work if you uninstall Google Play services.
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Variant
Arch
Version
DPI
11302030
July 11, 2017
arm
Android 4.0+
nodpi
11302032
July 12, 2017
arm
Android 4.0+
160dpi
11302034
July 12, 2017
arm
Android 4.0+
240dpi
11302036
July 11, 2017
arm
Android 4.0+
320dpi
11302038
July 12, 2017
arm
Android 4.0+
480dpi
11302070
July 12, 2017
x86
Android 4.0+
nodpi
11302230
July 11, 2017
arm
Android 5.0+
nodpi
11302234
July 11, 2017
arm
Android 5.0+
240dpi
11302236
July 12, 2017
arm
Android 5.0+
320dpi
11302238
July 12, 2017
arm
Android 5.0+
480dpi
11302240
July 11, 2017
arm64 + arm
Android 5.0+
nodpi
11302246
July 12, 2017
arm64 + arm
Android 5.0+
320dpi
11302248
July 12, 2017
arm64 + arm
Android 5.0+
480dpi
11302270
July 12, 2017
x86
Android 5.0+
nodpi
11302280
July 11, 2017
x86 + x86_64
Android 5.0+
nodpi
11302430
July 11, 2017
arm
Android 6.0+
nodpi
11302434
July 12, 2017
arm
Android 6.0+
240dpi
11302436
July 11, 2017
arm
Android 6.0+
320dpi
11302438
July 11, 2017
arm
Android 6.0+
480dpi
11302440
July 11, 2017
arm64 + arm
Android 6.0+
nodpi
11302446
July 11, 2017
arm64 + arm
Android 6.0+
320dpi
11302448
July 11, 2017
arm64 + arm
Android 6.0+
480dpi
11302470
July 12, 2017
x86
Android 6.0+
nodpi
11302480
July 11, 2017
x86 + x86_64
Android 6.0+
nodpi
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Comments
  • Ricardo

    I suspect versions 11.3.01/11.3.02 may eventually make your phone shutdown (turn off) when playing games. Be careful with these test versions. They are in the Beta channel, not in the Stable as APKMirror implies. (Happening in Samsung Android 5.0.2)

    • 11.3.01 is marked beta.

      And 11.3.02 which just came out looks to be stable. The date on https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.android.gms (view in incognito) says July 10.

      The same thing happened to the Google App 7.6 – same update date of July 10 on the Play Store. Someone told me it’s a beta, and then 7.7 (the real beta) came out just now, thus proving 7.6 from today is not a beta.

      • Ricardo

        Ok, you’re right.

        • mse20

          This is definitely a stable version.

          • Ricardo

            They moved it later to stable… And so far it stopped crashing my phone since they officially published it as stable… (I had reverted and was using 11.0.55 until then). Weird Google things.

  • jr240483

    i recomend using the non beta versions of these apps