How to fix Google Play Store Errors on Android Devices?

By Surbhi Totuka November 4, 2016 Android

Google Play Store is certainly the definitive one-stop marketplace for android users. One could find millions of apps, e-books, widgets and tons of useful stuff for your android smartphone device on Google Play. These apps and tools not only enhance your devices capabilities but also serve a variety of practical purposes. Google Play Store is compatible with almost every android device and since it’s open sourced, one can also find plenty of free apps for their device. These apps are first downloaded and then install on your device, directly via the google play store app.

However, there might be several users who face problems with accessing play store, with downloading errors and problems with installing apps. Most of these can be solved by simply deleting and reinstalling the app. But sometimes, these issues need some more elaborate fixes such as clearing the cache and by refreshing your playstore account etc.

How to Stop the App and Clear Cache and Data?

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To resolve the issue simply follow these steps on your android smartphone of tablet –

  • First of all, go to settings, scroll down and click on Apps option.
  • Now open the All tab.
  • Click on Google Play Store and then click on Force Stop option to stop the App.
  • Next, on the same Clear Cache option is given, click on that also.
  • Likewise, click on Clear Data to remove any data backups and logs created by the app.
  • After following all the steps as stated above, simply connect to a Wi-Fi network so that the apps will get installed properly at high speed.

If the problem persists you can try uninstalling Play Store App and reinstalling a fresh copy. You could also try refreshing your Google account or by logging in with another account. If you refresh your Google account, you might need to enter your login details again to be able to resume downloads. If you follow these steps correctly, you will have access to millions of games, applications, utility tools, e-books and many more from Google Playstore without any hassle. Play Store errors can also be caused by poor network connectivity, so it might be worthwhile to try your downloads when connected to a secure Wi-Fi connection.

Know More: How to Delete Duplicate Files on Android Smartphone

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