application and try to download it, only to receive a cryptic error
message containing seemingly random numbers from Google Play Store. Or you
try to open Google Play Store and it’s not responding… It can be pretty
Store crashing or misbehaving will first of all think his/her device is
bad. Whether Google play store won’t open on your device or you are simply
experiencing an error message, this is what to do to fix such error.
Store faltering just by emptying the app’s cache. The cache is a
storage area that temporarily holds data so it can be quickly retrieved
without needing to be reloaded. To empty the cache:
Play Store then finally tap the Clear cache button.
lines as our first tip, but is more drastic. It sets the app back to
square one and gets rid of your saved information, hopefully
including whatever data was causing the problem.
this time tap Clear data.
harm than good. If you think that’s the case, it makes sense to uninstall
Apps > Google Play Store, then tap the button that says Uninstall updates. This will
revert Google Play back to the original version (as it appeared when it was
first installed on your device),
version of the Play Store app to download. The best way to do this is by going
to the Google Play Store page on APK Mirror and
download it from there.
Clear data and cache on Google Play Services
services then tap the Clear cache button. If that
fails to solve the problem, come back to this page and tap the Clear
need to refresh your Google account on your Android device. To do
this, remove your account then add it again.
remove, then tap the menu icon (three dots) at the top right and tap Remove.
Do this for every Google account on your device.
> Add Account > Google and follow the on-screen steps to re-add
will stop working if your download manager is disabled. If this
is the case, the solution is simple.
Application Manager > All > Download Manager.
see a button marked Enable. Simply tap this button to switch
Download Manager back on.
users: edit hosts file
and your device is rooted, you have an even simpler solution on your
hand: just modify your Hosts file for a quick fix.
navigate to system/etc/hosts and select the Edit option (this
will vary between devices).
set of numbers and save your changes (i.e. change from 127.0.0.1 to
#127.0.0.1). Reboot your device; re-add your Google account and your Google
Play Store problems should be fixed.
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