Cartoon HD Apk For Android: Download and Installation Guide

Cartoon HD is a mobile streaming app for iOS and the Android operating system. The app contains a large selection of movies, TV shows, animated series and cartoons. The selection is frequently updated and includes many of your childhood favorites.

Cartoon HD also has a 'collections' feature which is a categorized compilation of videos. The videos on Cartoon HD are available in a variety of formats up to 720p. The videos can also be played using a custom video player on your Android device.

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The best part is that the app is free to install; which means Cartoon HD's whole catalog is accessible for free. The app is ad supported, however. 

The app was formerly available on the Google Play Store download and Apple's App Store; however it is unavailable on these app markets at the moment.

Ordinarily, installing an app on an Android smartphone or tablet is a simple matter of searching for it on the Google Play Store and installing it on the device. Cartoon HD is however, unavailable on the app store, which necessitates the use of a slightly more complicated process to install it. 

This article will describe the process of how to download and install Cartoon HD to Android devices in detail. In order to install apps from sources other than the Google Play Store, a method called side loading has to employed.

Side loading refers to the process of manually downloading the app and installing it by circumventing the device's security. Although it sounds complicated, the side loading is actually very simple to perform.

The process involves three steps -

  1. Downloading the APK
  2. Enabling Unknown Sources
  3. Installing the APK

The steps have been described below.

1. Downloading the APK

You will first need to download the apk for Cartoon HD same like 123movies apk. Apk stands for Android Application Package and is an all in one file that contains all of the app's code, resources, assets and certificates.

When you download a file from the Google Play Store, the apk is automatically downloaded and installed. In this case, you will manually need to download the file.

The apk file can be found at "" (without the quotes). You can download the file by visiting the website through your Android device's browser. You can also download the file on a computer and transfer it to your Android device through the usual methods, such as via a USB cable or Bluetooth file transfer.

2. Enabling Unknown Sources

After you have downloaded the apk to your device, you will need to enable unknown sources in order to install the apk. By default, the Android operating system does not allow the installation of any apps from outside the Google Play Store.

This protects your device from unauthorized access by malware, phishing software and other security liabilities. 

However, this also prevents you from legitimately installing apps from other app stores and apps such as Cartoon HD which are not available on any app store.

In order to change this setting, open the Settings app on your Android device and navigate to Security -> Unknown sources. Ensure that this option is checked. If desired, the option can be disabled for security purposes after the installation is finished.

3. Installing the APK

After you have enabled Unknown sources in the settings, you can proceed to the final step of the installation. Locate the apk file that you have downloaded on your device.

You can do this using the built in Android download manager or you can download a file explorer app. Simply tap the file to begin the installation process. You will be asked to confirm the installation of the app.

The installation process should take less than a minute; following which the app will be accessible from Android's app drawer just like any other app downloaded from the Google Play Store.

Before installing the app, make sure that you have enough storage space on your device to install the app. If your device is running low on storage space, you may need to delete some apps or data to make room.

If the app installation fails, ensure that the apk file has downloaded correctly or try downloading the apk file again.

At this point, you may wish to disable the 'Unknown sources' setting which was modified in step 2, if you are concerned about the security of your device.
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