Making an installer for AAB and/or XAPK files

Hey, I'm kinda new to MIT App Inventor. Is there any extension that lets me install Android bundle files?

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extension that lets me install Android bundle files?
[/quote]I don't thinks so. Bundle files are used by the PlayStore and Google uses them. Just how do you think this 'extension' would work and why do you need an installer for them?

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There is a free programming course here Course In A Box and the aia files for the projects in the book are here: App Inventor 2 Book: Create Your Own Android Apps

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No, and this is not an AI2 related question.

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The extension would work by simply installing the XAPK or AAB file. They are simply zip files with another file extension, so I thought it would be easy.
I found another one but I think this one can only install apks: Install an APK after downloading to ASD - works on all Android versions

I'm making an app for easy download and installation of a game that only comes in the xapk format.

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