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If you install the app directly via Google Play your app will be installed on the device (or SD card or both) and there no APK file remains. If you downloaded APK via a third party web site on the web browser then after installing downloaded APK should remain unless you deleted it manually or via junk cleaning app. It should be on your downloads folder in device storage or SD card, usually in a folder called /Download. Sometimes your downloaded files are sored in a folder called SD card /MyFavorite. Probably users don’t think this as a downloads folder. Instinctively, it looks more like a bookmarks folder but I found my downloaded files automatically saved there while using Android stock browser on Android 5.1 Lollipop. However, I should mention that it is a heavily modded ( which means I have deleted several key google components which could probably be attributed to this strange behaviour) and rooted device. It is not a Samsung device but an Intex device. SO THIS ANSWER PROBABLY DON’T APPLY TO SAMSUNG DEVICES.
If you install the app directly via Google Play your app will be installed on the device (or SD card or both) and there no APK file remains. If you downloaded APK via a third party web site on the web browser then after installing downloaded APK should remain unless you deleted it manually or via junk cleaning app. It should be on your downloads folder in device storage or SD card, usually in a folder called /Download. Sometimes your downloaded files are sored in a folder called SD card /MyFavorite. Probably users don’t think this as a downloads folder. Instinctively, it looks more like a bookmarks folder but I found my downloaded files automatically saved there while using Android stock browser on Android 5.1 Lollipop. However, I should mention that it is a heavily modded ( which means I have deleted several key google components which could probably be attributed to this strange behaviour) and rooted device. It is not a Samsung device but an Intex device. SO THIS ANSWER PROBABLY DON’T APPLY TO SAMSUNG DEVICES.
 
P.S.: I am not an expert on this matter.

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If you install the app directly via Google playPlay your app will be installed on the device (or SD card or both) and there no APK file remains. If you downloaded APK via a third party web site on the web browser then after installing downloaded APK should remain unless you deleted it manually or via junk cleaning app. It should be on your downloads folder in device storage or SD card, usually in a folder called /Download. Sometimes your downloaded files are sored in a folder called SD card /MyFavorite. Probably users don’t think this as a downloads folder. Instinctively, it looks more like a bookmarks folder but I found my downloaded files automatically saved there while using Android stock browser on Android 5.1 Lollipop. However, I should mention that it is a heavily modded ( which means I have deleted several key google components which could probably be attributed to this strange behaviour) and rooted device.
If you install the app directly via Google playPlay your app will be installed on the device (or SD card or both) and there no APK file remains. If you downloaded APK via a third party web site on the web browser then after installing downloaded APK should remain unless you deleted it manually or via junk cleaning app. It should be on your downloads folder in device storage or SD card, usually in a folder called /Download. Sometimes your downloaded files are sored in a folder called SD card /MyFavorite. Probably users don’t think this as a downloads folder. Instinctively, it looks more like a bookmarks folder but I found my downloaded files automatically saved there while using Android stock browser on Android 5.1 Lollipop. However, I should mention that it is a heavily modded ( which means I have deleted several key google components which could probably be attributed to this strange behaviour) and rooted device.
 
P.S.: I am not an expert on this matter.

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Bearbeitet von: Chathuranga Liyanagama ,

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If you install the app directly via Google play your app will be installed on the device (or SD card or both) and there no APK file remains. If you downloaded APK via a third party web site on the web browser then after installinstalling downloaded APK should still remain unless you deleted it manually or via junk cleaning app. It should be on your downloads folder in device storage or in SD card, usually in a folder called /Download. Sometimes your downloaded files are sored in a folder called SD card /MyFavorite /MyFavorite. Probably users don’t think this as a downloads folder. Instinctively, it looks more like a bookmarks folder but I found my downloaded files automatically saved there while using Android stock browser on Android 5.1 Lollipop. However, I should mention that it is a heavily modded ( which means I have deleted several key google components which could probably be attributed to this strange behaviour) and rooted device.
If you install the app directly via Google play your app will be installed on the device (or SD card or both) and there no APK file remains. If you downloaded APK via a third party web site on the web browser then after installinstalling downloaded APK should still remain unless you deleted it manually or via junk cleaning app. It should be on your downloads folder in device storage or in SD card, usually in a folder called /Download. Sometimes your downloaded files are sored in a folder called SD card /MyFavorite /MyFavorite. Probably users don’t think this as a downloads folder. Instinctively, it looks more like a bookmarks folder but I found my downloaded files automatically saved there while using Android stock browser on Android 5.1 Lollipop. However, I should mention that it is a heavily modded ( which means I have deleted several key google components which could probably be attributed to this strange behaviour) and rooted device.
 
P.S.: I am not an expert on this matter.

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Bearbeitet von: Chathuranga Liyanagama ,

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SometimesIf you install the app directly via Google play your app will be installed on the device (or SD card or both) and there no APK file remains. If you downloaded APK via a third party web site on web browser then after install downloaded APK should still remain unless you deleted it manually or via junk cleaning app. It should be on your downloads folder in device storage or in SD card, usually in a folder called /Download. Sometimes your downloaded files are sored in a folder called SD card /MyFavorite . Probably users don’t think this as a downloads folder. Instinctively, it looks more like a bookmarks folder but I found my downloaded files automatically saved there while using Android stock browser on Android 5.1 Lollipop. However, I should mention that it is a heavily modded ( which means I have deleted several key google components which could probably be attributed to this strange behaviour) and rooted device.

P.S.: I am not an expert on this matter.
SometimesIf you install the app directly via Google play your app will be installed on the device (or SD card or both) and there no APK file remains. If you downloaded APK via a third party web site on web browser then after install downloaded APK should still remain unless you deleted it manually or via junk cleaning app. It should be on your downloads folder in device storage or in SD card, usually in a folder called /Download. Sometimes your downloaded files are sored in a folder called SD card /MyFavorite . Probably users don’t think this as a downloads folder. Instinctively, it looks more like a bookmarks folder but I found my downloaded files automatically saved there while using Android stock browser on Android 5.1 Lollipop. However, I should mention that it is a heavily modded ( which means I have deleted several key google components which could probably be attributed to this strange behaviour) and rooted device.

P.S.: I am not an expert on this matter.

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Sometimes your downloaded files are in a folder called  SD card /MyFavorite .  Probably users don’t think this as a downloads folder. Instinctively, it looks more like a bookmarks folder but I found my downloaded files automatically saved there while using Android stock browser on Android 5.1 Lollipop.

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