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Or try searching Google for moto x file transfer
A couple of page suggestions to try:
Otherwise, I imagine uploading the APK to a Dropbox or Google Drive account would work, and then you should be able to download from that.
If you buy Tallowmere on Steam, you can get Tallowmere for Android as a free DLC and manually copy the APK installer from Tallowmere's Steam directory to your Android device to play, though you'd need to do this every time an update is released if you wanted the latest version on your Android device.
Some of the appeal with the Google Play Store version is that the game will automatically update via Google Play without having to manually copy any files over.
What's to stop me from purchasing the game via Google Play, saving $2 (%40 of the price) then playing the game on an Android vm or even ChromeOS natively[lifehacker.com]?
To me it really feels like you're taking advantange of Steam users by licensing the exact same game for 40% more.
Oh poop! Sad face panda with Apple iPad here.
Did a quick search; pink screen indeed means there's an issue with the textures/shaders. My first guess would assume that the ETC2 texture format isn't supported on your device? I could be wrong though.
In any case, please try restarting your Android device to see if it helps.