We told you recently how to unlock each and every level in Super Mario Run without having to be pestered by all those annoying in-app purchase notifications, but that unfortunately only covered those with iPhones and iPads. However, the same is now possible for those who prefer to live on the Android side of things, and here we are again to give you the rundown on what needs to happen to get your Super Mario Run on.

As you will know, Super Mario Run ships with the minimum of free levels available from the get go, with more unlockable via an in-app purchase.

There is, however, a way to play all levels without making that purchase, via a hacked version of the game (latest version 2.0.1) that can be downloaded and sideloaded onto any Android device capable of running the game.

Once you have downloaded the APK to your phone’s memory from here, be that the internal storage or the SD card, you will need to ensure that you have your device configured to allow sideloading of apps. To do that, go to Settings > Security and ensure that the option to enable the installation of apps from Unknown Sources is enabled.

From here, it is simply a case of launching the APK you downloaded earlier. You may be able to tap the download notification for the file if it is still in your notification shade, or you may need to use your favorite file browser in order to locate the APK in your downloads folder and run it from there. This will install the hacked version of the game, all levels included.

Now, of course, by doing this, you are bypassing the need to pay Nintendo the $9.99 required to unlock all of Super Mario Run’s levels via the normal method. To us, ten bucks is nothing compared to the hours of enjoyment you will get out of the game, so if you do end up enjoying the game, we urge you to hand over your cash – whether the developer is Nintendo or a tiny indie developer, they deserve to be paid for their work.

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