PUBG Mobile, with a massive fan base in India, is a very popular game on both Android and iOS platforms. Since its launch in 2018, the game has quickly become a massive hit in India and in the world. Now, many of us are still staying at home because of the COVID-19 outbreak, the popularity of PUBG Mobile has gone up even more. 

Best Device For Pubg Mobile
With a size of 1.8GB, downloading PUBG mobile might consume a lot of data.

One of the most common issues for people who want to join the game is its size of 1.8GB. If you don’t have an unlimited Wi-Fi plan, it might drain all of your data very soon. Therefore, we would like to introduce to you a way to install PUBG Mobile offline without spending too much data on it. The only downside of this method is that it requires you to have another smartphone with latest version of PUBG Mobile installed.

How to install PUBG Mobile offline on your phone without Internet

First, you need to install a file transfer app such as Files by Google or Superbeam on both your smartphone and the other smartphone. After that, these are the steps you need to follow to install PUBG Mobile on your smartphone:

Install Pubg Mobile Offline Without Internet
You can easily install PUBG Mobile on your phone without spending 1.8GB of data on downloading the game.

Step 1: Transfer the APK file of PUBG Mobile from the other phone to your phone and then install it. 

Step 2: After completing the installation, you have to run the game and wait for it to find files online and create local folders on your device.

Step 3: After it finishes finding online, don’t let it download. You need to force close it.

Step 4: Now, you need to transfer obb files of PUBG Mobile from the other phone to yours. To find the files, go to Files > Android > obb (folder). In the folder, you need to open folder “com.tencent.ig” and send the file “” to your device. The name of that file may be varied based on the version of the game.

Step 5: You then need to find the folder “com.tencent.ig” in Files > Android > data and then transfer it to your device. 

Step 6: Open your file manager app, copy the game folder, and obb files you have just transferred from the other phone and replace the current ones on your phone (created on step 2).

Step 7: After that, you can open, setup, and then play the game.

You can also install Free Fire, CoD Mobile, and many other games using this method.