There are many apps in Google Plays states it is not compatible with your device. But some apps are very essential for our daily use. So how to install these apps?
Here is the way to solve this problem.
First you need to root your Android device, and then install the app “ES File Explorer”
Then, edit the “Build.prop” file. Run ES File Explorer, click “Settings”-”Root Settings”, set Root Explorer enable, choose Mount File System.
Go to /system/, find the build.prop file. For security, made a backup of build.prop. Long tap on the file, and choose Copy, to copy one to other directory. Now you can edit the file, long tap on “build.prop”, choose Open As-Text, choose ES Note Editor.
Find out “ro.profuct.model” and “ro.product.manufacturer”. Change the device name after the equal sign. For example, change it to “Nexus S”.
ro.product.model = Nexus S
ro.product.manufacturer = samsung
Save the file and exit.
Note: DO NOT EDIT OTHER PART OF FILE. OR YOU DEVICE MAY FAIL TO BOOT UP.
The last step is clear data of Google Play, go to Apps- Manage Apps, find Google Play, clear the data and clear the cache of it. And reboot your device.
Now you can see the apps states incompatible in Google Play can be installed.
If you still find some apps are incompatible, please make sure your device been updated to Android 4.0 or later version. Other incompatible apps may restricted by country and region.