Google Play does not support encoder.
Google Play and the Play Store offer no way to switch to a different device.
If you have a Google Play device, please try to update the app to use the new encoder feature.
If that doesn’t work, try this workaround: Download and install the latest version of the Google Play Developer Tools from the Play store, and run the Google play-tools-0.4.0-beta.0 package from that directory.
The tool will now prompt you to enable the encoder option for the current app.
This is done to allow Google Play to automatically update the device with the new features, and then to allow the app, if enabled, to switch back to the old encoder if the device’s native encoding is no longer supported.
If your device is still not supported, you may have to manually add the app’s URL to the list of supported devices by launching the app from a search bar in the settings app.
If this doesn’t resolve the problem, you can try adding the URL to your device’s device information, as shown in the following example.
Note: If you’re using an Android device that does not yet support the Encoder feature, or if you’re still having trouble, try the following workaround: Launch the Google search app from the home screen, and type in “google play” (without the quotes).
If the result page does not include a search box, try clicking on the search icon on the top right corner of the page.
Tap the plus sign next to “Settings”.
Click “Manage” on the left side of the screen.
Click on “General” in the left menu.
Scroll down to the bottom of the list, and scroll down to “Android Developer Tools”.
Under “Device Information”, select “devices”.
Check the box next to the device you’re looking for, and tap “Apply”.
If you still have trouble, or don’t see the “Device Details” link in the list above, try adding a device name from the device info.
Note that if you try this, it will not work as it will fail to update.