the part 2 of 47 error codes from Google Play Store and how to fix them. This
will help you fix all Play store error you encounter now or in the future. Will
drop the remaining part in later days.
Store Error – Error 20
appears when users install app or update the existing app. However, there is
two solution is available to fix error 20 on Android.
as ‘smd2tmp1’ found in / mnt / secure / asec / to fix this error. On your
rooted Android device you have to just delete this folder and you will never
ever get this error again.
one solution that you can follow to fix the problem. You have to delete the
data/file of the particular app that is creating problem. You can use file
explorer to access the folder and delete them.
below solution to fix it.
navigate to Data/data. In that folder, locate the package name of the app
causing trouble (this can be found by looking at the URL of the app on the Play
Store website). Delete the entire folder. Try reinstalling the app.
as there are too many currently installed”. It means that this error occurs
when you try to install the app that is already installed on your device.
that particular app that you want.
is compatible with a device, but is not.
Clearly, the Play Store tent installation, but cannot. Suddenly, the 103 error
occurs and recurs on all your other devices, including those that are
compatible – what a nightmare.
error will solve itself after a few hours. Or contact Google support.
Store > Clear cache. If the problem persists, try downloading the app from
the Play Store website.
from the Google Play Store.
the cache data for Google Play Services and the Google Play Store.
- Go to Settings > Apps or Application
- Scroll across to All and then down to the Google
Play Store app.
- Open the app details and tap the Force stop button.
- Next tap on the Clear data button.
replace Google Play Store with Google Play Services at step
two and then attempt your download again.
This usually happens when two Google accounts are used to buy applications on
Uninstall the application in question. Try to get the app from Google Play
again and click the purchase button.
Settings, then choose Wireless and Networks (or More networks) and then Mobile
Network. Select APN, and hit Clear Proxy
Option. You can always reinstate the proxy afterwards.
if you’ve reset the Google account you used to register on your phone, if
you’ve restored your device to its factory settings, or if you’ve registered a
new account on your phone.
> All > Google Play Store > Clear cache.
use a proxy, remember that it may cause problems with the operation of the
Google Play Store.
Google Play Store app and clear the cache from your internet browser.
device, then Accounts and Google. Hit Remove account. Reboot your Android and
add the account once again. Next, in the Settings, go to Apps and swipe to All.
Scroll down to Google Services, then click Clear data and finally Force stop.
Store > Clear data. Delete data from Google
Services Framework as well (note:
this will assign a new Google ID to your device, as if you
had factory reset it, meaning your Google apps may temporarily act up
and re-add your Google account in Settings > Accounts >
Add Account > Google Account.
Play Store and hit Clear cache, Clear data and Uninstall updates.
downloads… Restart your device in recovery mode and wipe cache partition.